New books on Russian Culture in War and Revolution, edited by Dr Murray Frame

Murray Frame

Russian Culture in War and Revolution, 1914-22 Dr Murray Frame is the lead editor of a new two-volume history of Russian culture during the First World War and the Russian Revolution. The books present the results of new research by an international team of scholars and were co-edited with colleagues from Russia and the United States. The essays explore the impact of war and revolution on popular culture and the arts, as ...

Faye Harland, postgrad rep on Katherine Mansfield Society

Faye Harland (a second-year English PhD student, supervised by Dr Keith Williams) has been given the role of postgraduate representative by the committee of Katherine Mansfield Society (KMS). The KMS is an international organisation which aims to promote the worldwide appreciation of New Zealand-born modernist writer Katherine Mansfield, through publication of an annual journal featuring Mansfield scholarship and organisation ...


Dr Daniel Cook in plenary session 'The Annual Swift and Pope Panel' at Oxford University

Dr Daniel Cook, Lecturer in English, is taking part in a plenary session titled 'The Annual Swift and Pope Panel' at the 44th British Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies conference at Oxford University.

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Prof Christian Kaunert taking part in Discovery Days 2015

Prof Christian Kaunert is speaking on the topic The European Union and Global Security as part of Discovery Days 2015

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Dr Chiara Beccalossi - Medicine and Society c.1600-1900 (History Research Seminar)

Dr Chiara Beccalossi (Oxford Brookes University) will present this week's History Research Seminar

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