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Occupied France During WW1

As part of a series of posts showcasing recent publications by members of staff, below are three works that have appeared in various forms in the last few months by Dr James Connolly: 580 more words

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Interwar Celebrity Detectives!

‘The Scrapbooking Detective: Frederick Porter Wensley

and the Limits of ‘Celebrity’ and ‘Authority’ in Inter-War Britain’

By Eloise Moss

Social History 40/1 (2015)

The article deals with the published life-writings of ‘celebrity detective’ Frederick Porter Wensley, who was head of C.I.D. 118 more words

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Dr. Kennedy's book shortlisted for Saltire award

Governing Gaeldom: The Scottish Highlands and the Restoration State, 1660-1688

by Dr. Allan Kennedy (Research Associate in British/Scottish History, SALC) has been shortlisted for… 192 more words

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Race, Science and the Nation

Race, Science and the Nation: Reconstructing the Ancient Past in Britain, France and Germany

By Chris Manias

Across the nineteenth century, scholars in Britain, France and the German lands sought to understand their earliest ancestors: the Germanic and Celtic tribes known from classical antiquity, and the newly discovered peoples of prehistory. 306 more words

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Gender and Conflict

Current Research: Ana Carden Coyne

We are pleased to announce a landmark new collection of essays edited by Ana Carden-Coyne, Senior Lecturer in War and Conflict and co-director of the… 578 more words

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History, Inequality & Sustainable Development

Current Research: Pedro Ramos Pinto

The Inequality, Social Science & History Research network, an initiative co-hosted by the Department of History and the Centre for History & Economics in Cambridge has been running a 2-year long series of events looking to bring an historical perspective to current debates on inequality. 212 more words

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The Victorian Occupy London

Current Research: Peter Yeandle

Our colleague Dr. Peter Yeandle has just published a piece in the Journal of Victorian Culture online on the Victorian precedent of occupying the steps and square outside St. 61 more words

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