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Disaster risk and resilience in the Caribbean

Posted on Monday 4 March 2019

York historian presents findings on disaster risk and resilience in the Caribbean

York historian discusses pre-Islamic poet on radio

Posted on Friday 1 March 2019

Dr Harry Munt on BBC radio 4 discussing the life, works, context and legacy of Antarah ibn Shaddad.

Department of History maintains its place in the world top 100

Posted on Wednesday 27 February 2019

History maintains place in the world top 100 in the QS by subject rankings

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Events

Thu
28
Mar

GHH 121: The Creation & Expansion of the Worldwide Smallpox Eradication Programme

A special addition to the GHH calendar, this seminar will explore smallpox control programmes in a variety of national contexts

Fri
29
Mar

Global Health Histories Seminar 122: Communities for Health in Africa

This GHH seminar focuses on case studies from Zimbabwe and Malawi

Fri
5
Apr

Pathologies of democratic deliberation: A symposium on Anna Elisabetta Galeotti’s Political Self-Deception

The symposium is kindly supported by the Society for Applied Philosophy and the Department of Politics (University of York). It will bring together moral philosophers, political philosophers and US historians to discuss Galeotti’s book as well as the theoretical and normative relevance of political self-deception.

Sun
7
Apr

Global Health Histories Seminar 124: Health in Emergencies

This seminar poses the question, how we should rethink humanitarian interventions during times of emergency?

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