Now available: our events guide for February, March and April
From conferences on ancient science and the legacy of Pocahontas to an acclaimed exhibition on radical voices, there's something for everyone in our new events guide
Modern Languages book competition open!
The 2017 annual imlr books competition is now open! The Institue of Modern Languages Research is looking for monographs, conference volumes, or thematically-linked collections of essays for publication in the next issue
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Beyond spooky: A Rather Haunted Life review
"Her fiction remains to haunt us with phantoms of female power" writes Sarah Churchwell in her review of Ruth Franklyn’s biography of the writer Shirley Jackson in the Guardian
The French Intifada
Professor Andrew Hussey revisits his research on the cultural history of France and its former North African colonies for his 2 February inaugural lecture at Senate House
Megan Cowley, a graduate of ICwS' Understanding and Securing Human Rights MA and recipient of the 2016 Albie Sachs Prize for best dissertation describes her research in rural Nepal. It explores the obstacles faced by children with physical disabilities in their quest for equal access to education.
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Videos and Podcasts
Humans and Other Beings in Our Classical Past
Professor Greg Woolf, Director of the Institute of Classical Studies gives his inaugural lecture focusing on the history and archaeology of the ancient world at the very large scale.
Latest podcast: The Shock of the Old. Art in the European Ice Age