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AHRC Collaborative Doctoral Partnership (CDP) studentship – A Minority At Law: Jews And The Courts In Medieval England, c. 1216-1290
14 May 2024

Queen Mary University of London and The National Archives are pleased to announce the availability of a fully funded Collaborative doctoral studentship from October 2024, under the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) Collaborative Doctoral Partnership Scheme.

Queen Mary University of London and Imperial War Museums Institute forge pioneering collaboration to Illuminate history of the Second World War and the Holocaust
25 January 2024

The inaugural outcome of this collaboration will be two public-facing 'masterclasses' set to take place in March 2024.

Queen Mary University of London boosts the UK economy by £4.4 billion
30 October 2023

A major new report published today highlights Queen Mary University of London's economic and social impact.

JFK assassination 60 years on: seven experts on what to watch, see and read to understand the event and its consequences
26 October 2023

Mark White, Professor of History, from the School of History has written for 'The Conversation' on the JFK assassination 60 years on.

Historical Treasures from the 15th Century: new website offers a treasure trove of data and research tools
28 September 2023

Queen Mary University of London academics launch new web resource, revealing historical records of two fifteenth-century ledgers of the Bruges and London branches of the Milanese bank Filippo Borromei and partners.

Queen Mary University of London appoints new Head of School
7 September 2023

Professor Emma Griffin has been appointed head of the School of History at Queen Mary University of London.

Ukraine war: Russia’s threat to station nuclear warheads in Belarus – what you need to know
22 June 2023

Dr Natalya Chernyshova, Lecturer in Modern European History has written for 'The Conversation' on Russia’s threat to station nuclear warheads in Belarus.

Inaugural Research and Innovation awards recognise world-class research at Queen Mary
30 May 2023

Queen Mary’s Research and Innovation Awards recognise the excellent people and teams that make creative, dynamic and world-class research and innovation possible at Queen Mary.

Congratulations to Professor Miri Rubin  who won Outstanding Research Supervisor Award.

Desert Island Discs appearance for Queen Mary Contemporary British Historian
10 May 2023

Professor Peter Hennessy from the School of History at Queen Mary University of London, recently appeared as a guest on the BBC Radio4 programme, Desert Island Discs. On the show each guest, referred to as a "castaway", is asked to choose eight recordings, a book and a luxury item that they would take if they were to be cast away on a desert island.

Queen Mary academic explores rich history of Soviet art
27 January 2023

Dr Andy Willimott’s new book, ‘Openness and Idealism: Soviet Posters 1985-1991’, looks back at the colourful and radical posters of Glasnost.

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