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Professor David Livingstone

In this new episode, Prof Richard English speaks with Prof David Livingstone of QUB on issues raised in the book, "Geographies of knowledge science scale and spatiality in the nineteenth century'' - inspired by Prof Livingstone's academic work and contributions over his career.
 

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Dr Tim Wilson about his latest book: Killing strangers: How Political Violence became modern

Dr Tim Wilson is a historian who is interested in the questions surrounding where the violence of terrorism has come from, and how it is different from (or similar to) what has gone before. He is director of the Handa Centre for the Study of Terrorism and Political Violence at the University of St Andrews and Senior Lecturer in International Relations.

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Professor Roy Foster about Seamus Heaney's poetry, its impact and aspects of his life.

In this podcast recorded in October 2020, Prof Richard English discusses with Professor Roy Foster of Oxford University, the impact of Seamus Heaney's poetry and aspects of his life. Professor Roy Foster is one of the world's leading historians and biographers.

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Professor Bruce Hoffman, Georgetown University

Professor Richard English, QUB, speaks with Professor Bruce Hoffman about terrorism in the 20th and 21st Centuries.
 

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Professor David Armitage, Harvard University

Prof Richard English of QUB talks to Prof. David Armitage. As well as the author of 18 books, he is the Lloyd C. Blankfein Professor of History and former Chair of the Department of History at Harvard University, where he teaches intellectual history and international history. He is also an Affiliated Professor in the Harvard Department of Government, an Affiliated Faculty Member at Harvard Law School, an Honorary Fellow of St Catharine's College, Cambridge, an Honorary Professor of History at the University of Sydney and an Honorary Professor of History at Queen's University Belfast. During the academic year 2019-20, he also holds the Sons of the American Revolution Visiting Professorship at King's College London.