Accordingly, in this month's instalment of the Faculty of Arts at Home series, Professor Sarah Richardson from the Department of History tells us about the Mapping Women's Suffrage project, which aims to identify, plot and record the everyday lives and locations of as many Votes for Women campaigners as possible across England at the height of the suffrage movement in 1911. In particular, Sarah introduces us to some local Coventry and Warwickshire women who made their mark in the suffrage effort.
Fully-Funded PhD Studentship (fees and maintenance) to be held at the Department of History, University of Warwick
Metallic Empire: Science, Energy, and Industrial Imperialism in the John Percy Collection, 1817–89
AHRC Collaborative Doctoral Partnership PhD Studentship
University of Warwick and Science Museum, London
Applications are invited for a fully-funded PhD studentship (fees and maintenance) to be held at the Department of History, University of Warwick and the Science Museum, London. The studentship is funded through the Arts and Humanities Research Council’s Science Museums and Archives Consortium Collaborative Doctoral Partnership (CDP) scheme. The project will be supervised jointly by Dr James Poskett (Warwick), Dr Katayoun Shafiee (Warwick), Dr Richard Dunn (Science Museum), and Mr Ben Russell (Science Museum). Deadline for Applications: Friday 29th April 2022, 17:00 (BST)
Prof. Susan Carruthers launches her new book Dear John: Love and Loyalty in Wartime America
Amphibious Screens: The Sustainable Cultures of Water Seminar Series hosted by The University of Warwick
Warwick is hosting some global online seminars (Jan-April 2022) exploring how the film and TV industries in Miami, Reykjavik, Cornwall and Venice are connected to a watery sense of place, water pollution, water scarcity and water cultures.
Charles Walton reveals what the French Revolution tells us about modern struggles for social rights
Song-Chuan Chen to Broadcast on BBC Radio 4
Dr Song-Chuan Chen will appear on BBC Radio 4 - In our Time, The May Fourth Movement on Thursday 9 December, 9am to talk about Chinese history.
Applicants seeking the support of the Department of History in this year's Leverhulme ECF competition are offered the following guidance.