Gender – Nation – Emancipation

Perry Willson, Professor of Modern European History, has just returned from Munich, Germany, where she gave a keynote lecture at the inaugural session of an international network on Gender – Nation – Emancipation. Women and Families in the Long Nineteenth Century in Italy and Germany. The network is funded by the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG), in collaboration with the Wissenschaftliche Arbeitsgemeinshaft d...

Wordsworth and the Ballad Tradition

Dr Daniel Cook, lecturer in English, has contributed to a new book William Wordsworth in Context, which was published recently by Cambridge University Press. Daniel's chapter is titled Wordsworth and the Ballad Tradition....

Forthcoming Events

The Hermeneutics of Practice

Hermeneutica Scotia in conjunction with the Scottish Centre for Continental Philosophy is running a two day workshop on The Hermeneutics of Practice

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Interrogating the Revival of Empire in Humanities Research - workshop

The Scottish Graduate School for Arts & Humanities, Scottish Centre for Global History at the University of Dundee, and the School of Classics at the University of St Andrews invite graduate students across Scotland to participate in a doctoral workshop.

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The State of Europe and the European Union: From War to Peace... to Peacemaker? Dr Rama Mani (EISJ Guest Lecture Series)

The European Institute for Security and Justice (EISJ), a Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence, celebrates Europe Day with a fascinating talk by Dr Rama Mani (Senior Research Associate at the Centre for International Studies, University of Oxford).

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