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CHM student Jenny Crane visits Yale

Second year doctoral student Jenny Crane has won a 'Warwick Transatlantic Fellowship' from the Humanities Research Centre at Warwick (see for details of the scheme). This has enabled her to make a two-week visit to Yale University to pursue her researches and make contact with fellow students and academic staff in the US. You can read a report of her visit on CHM's Student Researcher Activities pages here.

Fri 13 Mar 2015, 17:23 | Tags: Fellowship

Ethnicity and Mental Health in Post-War Britain - Information

The Centres for the History of the Emotions at Queen Mary and the History of Medicine at Warwick are currently collaborating on a history of mental health care in post-war Britain. The first stage of this research has been a witness seminar involving leading policy makers, practitioners, and historians. The appointment of two postdoctoral fellowships, one based at QMUL in the Centre for the History of the Emotions, the other at Warwick in the Centre for the History of Medicine, will provide an opportunity to examine in depth one aspect of this history: the relationship between ethnicity and mental health in Britain since 1945.

Fri 20 Apr 2012, 11:20 | Tags: Fellowship Announcement Funding

Ms Laura King announced as new Strategic Award Postdoctoral Fellow

The Centre is pleased to announce its appointment of Laura King, currently studying her PhD at the University of Sheffield titled 'Fatherhood and Masculinity in Britain, 1918-1960, as the Strategic Award Postdoctoral Fellow commencing in October 2011. Laura will run a significant public engagement event in 2012 linked to her research and the Centre's Strategic Award. We are delighted that Laura will be joining the Centre community and very much look forward to working with her in the coming year.

Wed 22 Jun 2011, 12:29 | Tags: Public Engagement Fellowship Announcement Funding

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