Upcoming events

27
Jun
2024

‘The name of the product I tested is Life’: The Life and Poetry of Peter Porter - ‘Duelling with diffidence’

In a time of debased international politics and media manipulation of truth, the spin-and-cant-skewering precision of poetry is more important than ever. This...
03
Jul
2024

Behavioural modernity: Reframing the idea, or Past its Use-By Date?

Join us for a groundbreaking exploration of the concept of behavioural modernity. Behavioral Modernity is a concept that has been used principally by...
04
Jul
2024

End of an era? The UK General Election of 2024

On 4 July, the UK is due to go to the polls. Barring a polling miss of historic proportions, this election is likely to put an end to fourteen years of...
23
Jul
2024

What is History in a Settler Colonial Society? Mapping the limits and possibilities of ethical historiography

In his 1995 study of history, Silencing the Past: Power and the Production of History, Michel-Rolph Trouillot insisted on the need to recognise the discipline’...
26
Jul
2024

Interpreting Australia's International Relations: Settler Colonialism, Empire, and Foreign Policy - Federica Caso

The framework of settler colonialism is becoming increasingly established in the critical literature on Australia, but the scholarship on foreign policy and...
09
Aug
2024

EP Thompson at 100: History, Law, Politics

EP Thompson (1924-1993) was one of the great British historians of the past century. His work reshaped our thinking about the relationship between law and...

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