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History / Archeology - Politics - 28.11.2023
A look back at the hidden figures in History
History / Archeology - Event - 27.11.2023
Dr Elizabeth Goldring explores the hidden mysteries of Hans Holbein at The Queen’s Gallery
History / Archeology - 23.11.2023
Napoleon: the film’s fashion tells a story of its own, from cropped hair to ribbon chokers
History / Archeology - 22.11.2023
Coin detectives put Celtic British coin collection online
A collection of over 200 coins from over 200 years of Celtic British history is now available to a worldwide audience.
History / Archeology - 20.11.2023
Archaeologists discover long-lost Scottish monastery
A team of archaeologists, co-led by a researcher at the University of Southampton, believe they have located the site of the lost Monastery of Deer in Northeast Scotland.
History / Archeology - 07.11.2023
Influencing perception: How can video games shape our understanding of historical events?
Linguistics / Literature - History / Archeology - 02.11.2023
Bibliography of Scottish Literature in Translation - alive again
After a two-year project, the Bibliography of Scottish Literature in Translation (BOSLIT), which records Scottish literature in translation, has been revitalised and given a new digital home that can be accessed from across the globe.
History / Archeology - Art and Design - 01.11.2023
Scotland and Wales through the eyes of a 18th century travel writer
History / Archeology - 31.10.2023
A German prisoner song of protest brought to new audiences by Glasgow band
History / Archeology - Politics - 26.10.2023
Analysis: Israel-Hamas war: six key moments for the Gaza Strip
Pedagogy - History / Archeology - 18.10.2023
Spotlight on... Mary Evans
Politics - History / Archeology - 18.10.2023
Analysis: Hamas and Hezbollah: how they are different and why they might cooperate against Israel
Social Sciences - History / Archeology - 17.10.2023
Community heritage project goes from strength-to-strength
Environment - History / Archeology - 09.10.2023
Coin hoard gives fascinating insight into life before the Glencoe Massacre
University of Glasgow archaeologists have revealed today that a hoard of coins buried in a small pot, just discovered in Glencoe, paints a fascinating picture of life for one Highland clan chief and his household.
Linguistics / Literature - History / Archeology - 06.10.2023
Obituary: Professor David Mayer 1928 - 2023
History / Archeology - 06.10.2023
History / Archeology - 03.10.2023
James McCune Network to showcase prominent Black speakers at Glasgow
History / Archeology - Event - 02.10.2023
Stories, History, and Poetry: Being Human Festival presents a diverse Scottish line-up
History / Archeology - Linguistics / Literature - 19.09.2023
Talk like a pirate – but how?
History / Archeology - Event - 14.09.2023
Founders and Funders: Slavery and the building of a University
History / Archeology - Event - 13.09.2023
Students trace University’s and city’s legacies of transatlantic enslavement in ground-breaking Manchester exhibition
Social Sciences - History / Archeology - 06.09.2023
Students visit USA as part of Urdd Gobaith Cymru’s anti-racism message
History / Archeology - 25.08.2023
New archaeological discoveries set to transform understanding of Arthur’s Stone
Archaeological excavations at the Neolithic site of Arthur's Stone in Herefordshire have uncovered unprecedented remains that will transform understanding of the monument, and of the first farming communities in Britain nearly 6000 years ago.
Politics - History / Archeology - 24.08.2023
70 years ago, an Anglo-US coup condemned Iran to decades of oppression - but now the people are fighting back
History / Archeology - Campus - 15.08.2023
Discovery at Arthur’s Stone led by University of Manchester team
Social Sciences - History / Archeology - 14.08.2023
China’s oldest water pipes were a communal effort
A system of ancient ceramic water pipes, the oldest ever unearthed in China, shows that neolithic people were capable of complex engineering feats without the need for a centralised state authority, finds a new study by UCL researchers. In a study published in Nature Water , the archaeological team describe a network of ceramic water pipes and drainage ditches at the Chinese walled site of Pingliangtai dating back 4,000 years to a time known as the Longshan period.
History / Archeology - Event - 25.07.2023
Churchill Archives Centre shares digitised treasures to celebrate 50 years
Career - History / Archeology - 21.07.2023
Give more people with learning disabilities the chance to work, Cambridge historian argues
Employment levels for people with learning disabilities in the UK are 5 to 10 times lower than they were a hundred years ago.
History / Archeology - 20.07.2023
Analysis: Howard Zinn and the Politics of Popular History
History / Archeology - 18.07.2023
Outlander Author Diana Gabaldon opens the 1st international Outlander conference in Glasgow
Social Sciences - History / Archeology - 07.07.2023
Analysis: Jenin attack created 4,000 new refugees, part of the endless cycle of displacement
History / Archeology - 07.07.2023
Ukrainians find peace from war on the Waterloo battlefield
British veterans' charity Waterloo Uncovered adds its support to the Ukrainian war effort After almost a decade of supporting injured veterans from around the world, Waterloo Uncovered is digging deep to support Ukraine with its life-changing veteran rehabilitation programme, in preparation for the aftermath of a war that still rages on.
History / Archeology - 05.07.2023
Woven Histories of Welsh Wool and Slavery
The global significance of Welsh-made woollens in the Atlantic slave trade is the subject of a research project led by a Cardiff University academic.
History / Archeology - 29.06.2023
Witness archaeology in action at Arthur’s Stone
Throughout July, visitors to Arthur's Stone will get the chance to witness excavations taking place that aim to unearth the mysteries surrounding the evocative site. Tours will be run by a team of volunteers from English Heritage who will explain the latest findings from the project, run by experts and students from The University of Manchester, Cardiff University, and a series of American institutions.
Art and Design - History / Archeology - 22.06.2023
University of Warwick opens new Venice home as part of record £100m investment in the arts
History / Archeology - 21.06.2023
Excavation of Bronze Age enclosure hidden under city park
An archaeological dig which uncovered what is believed to be the earliest house found in Cardiff has resumed at a city park.
History / Archeology - 21.06.2023
Comparative archaeology expert recognised with prestigious honour and lecture series
History / Archeology - 18.06.2023
First written account by civilian at the Battle of Waterloo unveiled
It is considered to one of the most decisive battles of its age which changed the course of world history.
Social Sciences - History / Archeology - 15.06.2023
Analysis: How cricket helped Windrush arrivals build a sense of ’home’ in Britain
Health - History / Archeology - 13.06.2023
’Match girls’ were trailblazers for workers’ rights, argues researcher
The story of how women in Victorian match factories fought against the brutal use of white phosphorus, was instrumental in shaping today's workers' rights, a University of Manchester dental researcher has argued.
History / Archeology - Physics - 12.06.2023
Historians record the experiences of Britain’s nuclear test veterans
History / Archeology - Social Sciences - 01.06.2023
UK’s first Professor of LGBTQ+ History at University of Oxford
History / Archeology - Campus - 01.06.2023
Seven Questions with...Keir Chauhan
History / Archeology - Social Sciences - 26.05.2023
Feature: Reclaiming indigenous history from Amazonian soil
UCL archaeologist Dr Manuel Arroyo-Kalin has been working with Brazilian researchers and indigenous peoples to help better understand and share their cultural heritage.
History / Archeology - 26.05.2023
Introducing the 2023 UCL University Challenge Team
UCL has competed in University Challenge since the show's debut in 1962. We speak to next season's team, who will compete in the first series without the inimitable Jeremy Paxman.
Architecture - History / Archeology - 23.05.2023
Exhibition explores ancient Ukrainian egalitarian city
An exhibition at the Venice Architecture Biennale exploring the concept of cities and urbanism through the lens of a 6,000-year-old Ukrainian archaeological site was developed by a UCL researcher with the Forensic Architecture group at Goldsmiths University.
Career - History / Archeology - 15.05.2023
Former Manchester student Meera Syal wins BAFTA’s highest award
History / Archeology - 12.05.2023
Academic conference to explore Outlander’s success
History / Archeology - 09.05.2023
Motion capture and 3D scans bring history to life for new Dambusters docudrama
CAMERA researchers used the latest digital technology to help create a new film documenting the attack on Sorpe Dam, narrated by a Dambuster veteran.
History / Archeology - 06.05.2023
The Coronation of King Charles III