Our research centres hold a variety of events through the year.
These are often interdisciplinary throughout the faculty, and offer different insights into our research.
Many of our academics contribute to research seminars at the Institute of Historical Research.
- Richard Bourke on the History of Political Ideas
- Joanna Cohen on American History
- Mark Curran on Media and Communications History
- James Ellison on International History
- Mark Glancy on Film History
- Maurizio Isabella on Modern Italian History
- Julian Jackson on Modern French History
- Colin Jones CBE on Modern French History
- Kate Lowe on Late Medieval and Early Modern Italy
- Helen McCarthy on Modern British History
- Daniel Peart on American History
- Michael Questier on Tudor and Stuart History
- Miri Rubin on European History 1150-1550
- Quentin Skinner on the History of Political Ideas
- Gareth Stedman Jones on the History of Political Ideas
- Iain Stewart on Modern French History
- Barbara Taylor on Psychoanalysis and History
- Dan Todman on War, Society and Culture
- Georgios Varouxakis on the History of Political Ideas
- Christina Von Hodenberg on Modern German History
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About our research events
One of the most exciting ways in which to hear about our research is through the inaugural lectures of our newly appointed professors. They are a perfect opportunity to engage with our school and research.
Our annual Nicolai Rubinstein Lecture in the History of Political Thought attracts speakers and attendees from across the world.
Our research centres hold colloquia, seminars and lectures. These explore well-established areas of research strength, such as American history. They also explore emergent research interests, such as music in the humanities.
Our staff, students and the school benefit from these collaborations, which are often with world-renowned experts.