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History / Archeology - Social Sciences - 16.10.2019

Health - History / Archeology - 01.10.2019
New art exhibition explores strange history of dentistry and its links to Birmingham Jewellery Quarter
An exhibition will open at a gallery at Birmingham Dental Hospital and the University of Birmingham School of Dentistry investigating the link between teeth and the city's historic Jewellery Quarter.

History / Archeology - 26.09.2019
Sussex historian calls for change in perception of youth culture in new podcast
The existing narrative around youth culture needs to change drastically, according to a leading historian at the University of Sussex.

History / Archeology - 20.09.2019
Citizen scientists get the call to transcribe first history of Spain
University of Birmingham researchers are calling for members of the public to help them transcribe one of the most important manuscripts of the Estoria de Espanna , a key medieval Spanish history. The rarely seen document - an original fourteenth-century manuscript copy of a text written by Alfonso X el Sabio, King of León and Castile in the 1270s - is part of the first major vernacular history of Spain written in Spanish.

History / Archeology - Business / Economics - 18.09.2019
Feeling the strain? New book looks at the cultural history of stress in Britain
Are we more stressed now than our ancestors were? A new book by a Sussex historian could hold the answer.

History / Archeology - Environment - 11.09.2019
This Sussex Life: Jim Endersby, Professor of History:
This Sussex Life: Jim Endersby, Professor of History:"Science doesn’t become history until it gets out of the lab."
Jim Endersby , Professor of the History of Science, talks about his prestigious new guest lectureship, and the role that we all play in the wider understanding of science.

History / Archeology - 15.08.2019

History / Archeology - Social Sciences - 09.08.2019

History / Archeology - 15.07.2019
Byzantine expert visits Italy to help put heritage site on the map
The Byzantine expert who led the research project that re-dated the Sant'Ambrogio church at Montecorvino Rovella (Salerno) to the mid-ninth century is back in Italy to help secure wider recognition for the site.

History / Archeology - 08.07.2019
Archaeologists explore fate of Waterloo wounded
A team of military veterans and serving personnel, led by professional archaeologists, are about to begin excavating at the site of Wellington's Field Hospital on the world-famous battlefield of Waterloo in Belgium. The charity Waterloo Uncovered will this week begin to explore the farm buildings of Mont St Jean, where thousands of wounded soldiers received primitive first aid during the battle of 1815, which ended in the crushing defeat of Napoleon.

History / Archeology - 17.06.2019
University of Glasgow replays the Battle of Waterloo
The University of Glasgow hosted over the weekend the world's biggest ever historical table top war game, replaying the Battle of Waterloo with more than 22,000 miniature soldiers.

History / Archeology - Linguistics / Literature - 16.05.2019
From the art of political rhetoric, storytelling, 19th century literature and wetland archaeology, University of Birmingham to make a splash at Hay
Some of the top researchers and experts in their field from the University of Birmingham's College of Arts and Law will take to the stage to lead talks and debates showcasing their research areas at this year's Hay Festival.

History / Archeology - 16.05.2019
Winchester Cathedral’s mortuary chests unlocked
A team of archaeologists and anthropologists from the University of Bristol have been gradually unlocking the secrets hidden within Winchester Cathedral's mortuary chests as part of an on-going research project supported by the Dean and Chapter of Winchester Cathedral.

History / Archeology - Event - 18.04.2019

History / Archeology - 01.04.2019
After the Factory - do you remember the Singer Sewing Machine Factory?
Researchers working on a project called “After the Factory” want to interview people who worked in the Singer sewing machine factory in Clydebank that closed in 1980.

History / Archeology - 29.03.2019
Stone me! Lost carvings of the ancient Kingdom of Strathclyde turn up in Govan
Stone me! Lost carvings of the ancient Kingdom of Strathclyde turn up in Govan
A community archaeology dig in Govan has uncovered long-lost gravestones from the Middle Ages, when the area was a political and religious power centre on the Clyde.

History / Archeology - 22.03.2019
1.65m community project to reveal 6,000-year-old 'hidden' historic site in Cardiff
1.65m community project to reveal 6,000-year-old ’hidden’ historic site in Cardiff
A South Wales community is on the brink of delivering a major heritage regeneration project following a substantial funding win from the National Lottery.

History / Archeology - 05.03.2019
New Generation Thinkers
New Generation Thinkers
Two researchers from Cardiff University are among this year's New Generation Thinkers, the initiative from BBC Radio 3, BBC Arts and the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC).

History / Archeology - 04.03.2019
The meaning of field names unearthed in a new book
Borrow Bread, Dear Bought and Purgatory are just some of the dark names given to fields across history by angry farmers frustrated with poor crops, according to a newly published dictionary of field-names.

History / Archeology - Religions - 15.02.2019

History / Archeology - 13.02.2019

History / Archeology - 06.02.2019

History / Archeology - 04.02.2019
Ancient artefacts returned to Jordan with help of Oxford expert
Three finely carved stones from an ancient temple in modern-day Jordan have been returned to the country thanks to the expertise of an Oxford University archaeologist.

History / Archeology - 30.01.2019
Centuries lost ‘Bristol Merlin' uncovered at city's Central Library
Centuries lost ‘Bristol Merlin’ uncovered at city’s Central Library
A chance discovery, hidden away in a series of 16th-century books deep in the archive of Bristol Central Library, has revealed original manuscript fragments from the Middle Ages which tell part of the story of Merlin the magician, one of the most famous characters from Arthurian legend. Academics from the Universities of Bristol and Durham are now analysing the seven parchment fragments which are thought to come from the Old French sequence of texts known as the Vulgate Cycle or Lancelot-Grail Cycle, dating back to the 13 th century.

History / Archeology - 14.01.2019
On the enduring appeal of Mary Queen of Scots
On the enduring appeal of Mary Queen of Scots
She was a Queen who only reigned for six years. Yet more than four centuries after her death, Mary Queen of Scotland continues to polarise opinion and to hold a fascination for the general public.

History / Archeology - Health - 17.12.2018
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