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History links with South Africa strengthened following award of British Academy Fellowship

We are delighted to announce that Dr Lindie Koorts (University of the Free State, South Africa) and Dr Matt Graham (University of Dundee) as co-investigator have been successful in achieving a British Academy Newton Advanced Fellowship recently.  The fellowship is worth £111k over 3 years for their project on 'The Age of Opportunism: Paul Kruger’s Transvaal, 1886-1899'.   The project will see a range...

'The Spanish Resurgence 1713-1748' - new book by Dr Christopher Storrs

A new book by Dr Christopher Storrs, Reader in History at the University of Dundee, has recently been published by Yale University Press.  The Spanish Resurgence, 1713-1748 is a major reassessment of Philip V’s leadership and what it meant for the modern Spanish state. Often dismissed as ineffective, indolent, and dominated by his second wife, Philip V of Spain (1700–1746), the first Bourbon king, was in fact ...

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Writing History with Prof Chris Whatley and Prof Kirsty Gunn (History Research Seminar)

Professors Chris Whatley and Kirsty Gunn (University of Dundee) will present this week's History Research Seminar on the topic of "Writing History".

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Professor Lucy Bland - Interracial Relationships and the “Brown Baby Problem”: Black GIs, White British Women and their Mixed Race Offspring in World War II (History Research Seminar)

Professor Lucy Bland (Anglia Ruskin University) will present this week's History Research Seminar on the topic of "Interracial Relationships and the 'Brown Baby Problem': Black GIs, White British Women and their Mixed Race Offspring in World War II"

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Professor Tony Heywood: The First World War and the Russian revolution of 1917 (History Research Seminar)

Professor Tony Heywood (University of Aberdeen) will present this week's History Research Seminar on the topic of "The First World War and the Russian revolution of 1917"

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