CONSTRUCTING THE ODISSI DANCE
15 May 2019
An International Historical Perspective'
30 May 2019
Anti-Communism in the Twentieth Century: | 30 May, 2019
Keynote Speaker: John Callaghan Professor of Politics and Contemporary History at University of Salford
30-31 August 2019 |
30th and 31st August 2019 - Announcement: Professor Pamela H. Smith (Columbia University), Professor Chandra Mukerji (University of California) and our own Professor David Livingstone (Queen's University, Belfast) will be giving keynote lectures.
Dr Sinead O'Sullivan | 22 January, 2019
Dr O'Sullivan will begin the 18 month fellowship in January 2020 with work on her project: 'Crafting Knowledge in the early medieval West: Glosses, Learning and Culture, circa 800-1050'.
Belief in ‘limbo’ has declined | 26 October, 2018
A research study from Queen’s University Belfast has found that the belief in ‘limbo’ has declined throughout the decades in Ireland due to the changing beliefs and values of the nation.
NERI Seminar Series | 24 October, 2018
Just energy transitions and ‘full spectrum innovation’: decarbonisation, democratisation, divestment Speaker: Professor John Barry, Queen's University Belfast
American History Colloquia | 17 October, 2018
Tom Hulme (QUB): ‘Citizenship, Modernity and the City: Historical Re-Enactment in Chicago and Manchester in the 1920s and 1930s’ Wed. 17 October 2pm, Peter Froggatt Centre/0G/024
31 July, 2018
Research in Religion is a one-day interdisciplinary conference, organised by the University of Edinburgh and Queen’s University Belfast. Abstract closing date, Tuesday 31st July 2018.
Call for Papers | 11 April, 2018
“The Complexity of Nature, Hybrids and Four-Legged Cyborgs: What do we mean by Posthuman Politics?” Tuesday 12th June, 2018 Queen’s University, Belfast
14 May, 2018
Announcing a landmark survey of Irish history from c.600 to the present day Written by a team of more than 100 leading historians from around the world, this is the most comprehensive and authoritative history of Ireland yet attempted.
1st Annual Anthropology Lecture | 19 April, 2018
Guest Speaker: Professor Daniel Miller (UCL), a noted anthropologist of digital anthropology and social media, material culture and consumption, aging and technology.
28 March, 2018
Queen’s HAPP staff convene symposium: Ireland and China: networks of information and ideas, 1735-1949 at the Royal Irish Academy, Dublin, Members Room, 11 April 2018
8 March, 2018
Richard English, Professor of Politics at Queen’s University, received the title of Commander of the British Empire from Prince William, Duke of Cambridge in a ceremony at Buckingham Palace.
History of Medicine | 15 February, 2018
Successful interdisciplinary collaboration between HAPP historians and colleagues in the School of Medicine, Dentistry and Biomedical Sciences
Offer Holder Day | 3 March, 2018
Congratulations on receiving an 'Offer' from the School of History, Anthropology, Philosophy and Politics at Queen's University Belfast
30 January, 2018
Prof Antje Wiener (Hamburg) will be giving a talk at HAPP entitled: "Constitution and Contestation of Norms in Global International Relations” on 1st February 2018.
24 October, 2017
Northern Bridge is funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council. It brings together the cutting-edge expertise and exceptional resources of Queens University Belfast, Newcastle University, and Durham University and their Strategic Partners.
Aspect Festival | 5 September, 2017
Stars of the literary world arrive in Bangor to celebrate Irish writing including prominent authors such as David Park, Frank McGuinness, Colm Toibin and Malachi O'Doherty.
7 July, 2017
The Queen’s University Belfast led ‘Belfast Self-Portrait’ exhibition will today (Friday 7 July) officially open to the public at the Ulster Museum, Belfast.
24 March, 2016
In a ground-breaking article, Dr. Margaret O'Callaghan discusses the politics of commemoration around the 1916 Easter Rising.
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