Monthly Archives: June 2017

Wed 28 June – Conference: ‘Alcohol and its Discontents in Past & Present- Comparative Perspectives’

Alcohol and Its Discontents in Past and Present: Comparative Perspectives 28 June 2017, Scottish Centre for Global History, School of Humanities, University of Dundee Location: River Room 3, Tower Building (9th Floor) This is an unusual workshop. Academics working on the histories of alcohol as well as practitioners will speak here. Some of us university-based

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British Academy Award for Dr Matt Graham

Dr Matthew Graham, along with Dr Lindie Koorts (University of the Free State, South Africa) have recently been awarded a British Academy Newton Advanced Fellowship for their collaborative project entitled, The Age of Opportunism: Paul Kruger’s Transvaal, 1886-1899. Their project aims to gain a deeper understanding into the role of transnational networks between capital and

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