Leverhulme Trust Early Career Fellowships (2021)
The Department of History is now inviting expressions of interest for the Leverhulme Trust Early Career Fellowships.
New Centre for Global Health Histories blog post on the elimination of Malaria
A new briefing from the Global Health Histories (GHH) project draws on materials presented at seminars and webinars to look at different aspects of malaria control, and at how this can only be achieved through a combination of approaches.
Express your interest in the British Academy Postdoctoral Fellowship Scheme
We are now inviting expressions of interest for applications to the 2020/21 British Academy Postdoctoral Fellowship Scheme.
Obituary: Professor Mark Ormrod
A prolific researcher and leading historian of the later Middle Ages.
York historian named in national award for inspirational teaching
Dr John Cooper has been named proxime accessit for the 2020 Royal Historical Society’s Jinty Nelson Award for Inspirational Teaching and Supervision in History.
York historians call for review of UK citizenship test
University of York historians have joined forces with other prominent academics to call for a review of the official handbook for the UK citizenship test saying it contains “misleading and false” representations of slavery and empire.
CGHH Director speaks on BBC Ideas: eradication of smallpox
"You just had to look at a smallpox sufferer to be horrified," says Professor Sanjoy Bhattacharya.
QS World Rankings by subject 2020
Department of History moves into the world top 50
York PhD student publishes article in the Cold War History journal
Tom Shillam has published his first article in a journal on Cold War History
History demonstrates need for urgent action to ensure ethical research in global health emergencies
Experts are calling for urgent action to ensure research undertaken in global health emergencies is carried out ethically.
Yorkshire’s Women Scientists and Innovators Editathon
Join staff and students in an event to improve representation of ‘Yorkshire’s Women Scientists and Innovators’ on Wikipedia.