School of History and Anthropology

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History

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History Research Projects

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Anthropology

Explore our Anthropology and Ethnomusicology research projects

Anthropology Research Projects

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Institute of Irish Studies

Understanding Ireland in Global Context

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PhD Research

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Postgraduate Research

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Institute of Cognition and Culture

Crossing disciplinary divisions

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Charles Wallace India Fellowship

For further information on the Charles Wallace India Fellowship 2016/17, please click below:

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Dr Kieran Connell

Dr Kieran Connell

History

through the lens of everyday experience

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Dr Ian Campbell

War and the Supernatural

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Dr Evi Chatzipanagiotidou

Anthropology of Conflict

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Dr Dominic Bryan

Flags: Towards a new understanding

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Upcoming events

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18 - 21 May 2016

Wiles Lecture 2016 - Professor Jay Winter, Charles J. Stille Professor of History at Yale University

Wiles Lecture Series

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Postgraduate research

Tailored Opportunities and studentships for dedicated researchers

Scholarships

Previous Events/Conferences

John Blacking Lecture - 2015

RAI Annual Blacking Lecture

On Tuesday, 10 November 2015, the School hosted the prestigious Royal Anthropological Institute’s Annual John Blacking Lecture given by Professor Martin Stokes (King’s College London) on ‘Music and Citizenship’ to a packed audience in the Council Chamber. The event celebrated the 45th anniversary of the founding of Social Anthropology and Ethnomusicology at Queen’s as Professor Blacking was the first departmental Chair.

The event was preceded by reflections on Blacking’s life and career given by distinguished ethnomusicologists Professor John Baily, Veronica Doubleday and Professor Suzel Reily. The day concluded with a superb ethnomusicology concert organised by Dr. Ioannis Tsioulakis featuring Afghan music from John Baily and Veronica Doubleday, a Greek band directed by Dr. Ioannis Tsioulakis, and a world-fusion trio led by the extraordinary violinist Claudia Schwab.

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