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Tag Archives: Cold War
Thursday 23rd November marks the date of this year’s Stenton Lecture which is preceded by the Stenton Symposium.
Are you interested in doing paid research over the summer? Do you want to expand your CV and skills? The Undergraduate Research Opportunities Programme (UROP) scheme gives undergraduate students in the middle years of their degree (i.e. not first or … Continue reading
My Heritage/Museum Placement with the Humbolt University in Berlin: Sachsenhausen, the Holocaust Memorial Museum, and The Typography of Terror
by Lisa Berry-Waite On my third day in Berlin I decided to visit Sachsenhausen, a concentration camp which is a short train journey from Berlin. As I’m not the best at using public transport in foreign countries, I decided to … Continue reading
This is a reminder of the up-coming Seminar in Global History which will take place on Wednesday, 10th February 2016. Dr Miles Larmer (University of Oxford) will be speaking on ‘Localising Africa’s Cold War: The Katangese Gendarmes and Conflict in … Continue reading