It is with great sadness that we have learnt of the passing of an esteemed colleague, Professor Rick Wilford, Emeritus Professor in the School of History, Anthropology, Philosophy and Politics.
Dr Evi Chatzipanagiotidou and Dr Fiona Murphy, Senior Lecturers, School of History, Anthropology, Philosophy and Politics, British Academy funded research project.
The Politics and International Relations department from the School of History, Anthropology, Philosophy and Politics at Queen’s this week (29 - 31 March) hosted the Political Studies Association (PSA) International Conference 2021.
Students from the School of History, Anthropology, Philosophy and Politics have come top in the annual UK-wide Model NATO competition held remotely this year.
A research report on historical Mother and Baby Homes and Magdalene Laundries between 1922 and 1990 has been published by the Northern Ireland Executive.
A new five-episode podcast series exploring the history and stories of criminal and deviant Irish women in North America from 1838 – 1918 has been launched by Queen's University Belfast and Ulster University.
The Institute of Irish Studies is pleased to announce the launch of the Irish Studies Working Papers Series. This is the first dedicated online working papers site for Irish Studies research globally.
The Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences is excited to announce our first Online Winter School taking place in February 2021. 'Pandemics: Past, Present, Future'
Queen’s University Belfast is playing a key role in a £2m collaboration, to better exploit the power of policy and research to help mitigate the biggest social impacts of COVID-19 and accelerate the UK’s recovery from the pandemic.
A full tuition-fee waiver available to an exceptional female student from the USA who wishes to pursue study in a field related to politics, conflict transformation or human rights.
Congratulations to Dr Amanda Slevin, (PCAN Policy Fellow), HAPP, a double finalist in the ‘Green Gown Awards UK and Ireland’. Queen’s University Belfast is a finalist in three categories.
The School is delighted that Prof Fiona Magowan, Professor of Anthropology and Fellow and Research Theme Leader in the Senator George J. Mitchell Institute for Global Peace, Security and Justice has been shortlisted for Research Project of the year.
Queen’s launches a new podcast that explores insights and lessons from some of the world’s most significant political and socio-cultural issues, taking listeners on a fascinating journey across infamous conflict zones and peacebuilding initiatives.
British International Studies Association (BISA) 2020 Award for Postgraduate Excellence in Teaching International Studies - Winner Anna Kruglova, School of History, Anthropology, Philosophy and Politics
A new podcast ‘A History of Pandemics’ sheds light on how societies and people across millennia have battled infamous pandemics and plagues - facing many of the same issues that we face today with coronavirus (COVID-19).
RTE will broadcast a two-part documentary on the British response to the War of Independence presented by Michael Portillo. Prof Fearghal McGarry was historical consultant and features interviews with several other HAPP academics.
The School of History, Anthropology, Philosophy and Politics, and the Senator George J. Mitchell Institute for Global Peace, Security and Justice at Queen’s recently hosted a virtual conference exploring human divisions in society.
Congratulations to Dr Kieran Connell, shortlisted for the Royal Historical Society 2020 Whitfield Prize. 'Black Handsworth: Race in 1980s Britain' is one of six books shortlisted for the prestigious History prize.
Climate Assembly UK was commissioned in summer 2019 to meet net zero carbon emissions by 2050 and is made up of Expert Leads, an Advisory Panel and Academic Panel.
The team were selected from a strong field of second and third year applicants. Dakota Reid, Isobel Meharg, Maeve Devlin, Conor McNally, Adam Farhan Bin Salmaan Hussain and Patrick Geddis were accompanied by Prof Alister Miskimmon, Head of School.
The often controversial Speaker of the House of Commons, The Right Honorable John Bercow, MP, delivered a major lecture at Queen’s, 6 June 2019, in which he urged students to play a more active role in politics.