Professor Roberta Bivins interview
Listen to expert Professor Roberta Bivins discussing the NHS in an interview for National Public radio in the US.
William Dusinberre: In Memoriam
Memories of a founding member of the History Department William Dusinberre.
The Power of Storytelling by Alumna Ruth Ntumba
Ruth Ntumba (BA History, 2021) has spent her first 18 months since graduating helping drive engagement and culture at one of the world’s leading media corporations, Warner Brothers Discovery. Ruth shares why you should go at your own pace and trust your gut instinct when searching for your next role.
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Lucy Alder, a final year History student, has written a play which is being staged at Warwick Arts Centre, February 2023
Lucy Alder, a final year History student, has written a play which is being staged at Warwick Arts Centre 22-24 February 2023. "A Noble Game" is a murder mystery that revolves around British aristocracy and their relationship with the media.
Visit A Noble Game | Warwick Arts Centre Link opens in a new windowfor full details and to purchase tickets.
Warwick - BrIAS Connections
In Spring 2023, Beat Kümin (Food GRP academic lead) & Pierre Purseigle from the Department of History will represent the University of Warwick as Fellows of BrIAS, the Institute for Advanced Study run jointly by the Université Libre de Bruxelles (ULB) and the Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB), where they will research projects, present talks and run workshops relating to its current theme of 'The Past, Present and Future of Food, Climate Change and Sustainability'. Full details of the Institute, programme and events appear on the Brias Homepage.
History Alumna Freya Rowson exhibit at the Holocaust Memorial Day 2023 Exhibition
History Alumna Freya Rowson has won a competition by the Holocaust Memorial Day Trust (HMDT), with the Royal School of Drawing, to create portraits of Holocaust survivors to commemorate Holocaust Memorial Day 2023.
Freya created a portrait of survivor Rudolf Brazda, the last known Holocaust survivor who was deported on charges of homosexuality, and was not only a winner but was asked by the HMDT if they could exhibit their work in the Houses of Parliament as part of Holocaust Memorial Day 2023. This work was one of only two competition entries chosen to be exhibited, and is being displayed alongside portraits of genocide survivors taken by renowned photographer Rankin.
A massive congratulations to Freya on their success in the competition!
Congratulations to final year student Ruth Adesanya
Ruth Adesanya, one of our final year students, has been awarded the Kinder-BrANCH MA Fellowship. Full details can be found in the BrANCH NewsletterLink opens in a new window. Please join us in congratulating Ruth and wishing her all the best during her time in Missouri!
Robin Clifton: In memoriam
Robin Clifton, a founding member of the History department, has recently passed away. Bernard Capp and Bill Dusinberre remember his time in the Department.