Advance call for one-day workshop: Coloniality in the UN: Histories of race, gender, and institutional violence, 1945-1999
The goal of this symposium to be held in May 2022 is to bring together scholars working with a variety of methodologies, timeframes, and case studies to reframe the United Nations (UN) as a historical subject and political agent in its own right.
Centre member Dr Debra Ramsay (English) is changing the way we think about official accounts of Britain's wars
New Leverhulme Trust Research Grant - Warnings from the Archive: A Century of British Intervention in the Middle East.
Catriona Pennell (History) and Owen Thomas (Politics) have secured a Leverhulme Trust Research Grant (2021-23) for their project, Warnings from the Archive: A Century of British Intervention in the Middle East.
Congratulations to Tim Rees (History), awarded a 2021 AHRC Research Network Grant alongside former Exeter student Tom Beaumont (Liverpool John Moores) for their Rethinking International Communism project, which will explore the Comintern’s transnational networks between the wars.
New monograph published - Young Women against Apartheid: Gender, Youth and South Africa’s Liberation Struggle
Congratulations to Emily Bridger (History), whose monograph Young Women against Apartheid: Gender, Youth and South Africa’s Liberation Struggle, has just been published with Boydell & Brewer.