LCSC Speaker Series – Tim Cook on the Medical History of the Great War

Hosted by the Laurier Centre for the Study of Canada, renowned military historian Tim Cook will visit Waterloo, Canada to launch his new book, Lifesavers and Body Snatchers: Medical Care and the Struggle for Survival in the Great War (Penguin Random House), on 1 December at 7:00pm ET. This event will be available to both virtual and in-person audiences. For those hoping to attend on Zoom, please register HERE.

Book launch: ‘Histories of HIV/AIDS in Western Europe’ - Thursday 1 December

Thursday 1 December, 12.30-13.30 UK time, online:

Join us on World AIDS Day to celebrate the publication of ‘Histories of HIV/AIDS in Western Europe: new and regional perspectives,’ edited by Janet Weston and Hannah J Elizabeth. Professor Matt Cook and Dr Nikolaos Papadogiannis will be in conversation with the editors and contributors.

University of Kansas Museum Studies Applications Due February 1st

The University of Kansas’ Museum Studies Program (https://museumstudies.ku.edu) offers a flexible master’s degree and graduate certificate, with a focus on interdisciplinarity and student advising. Our program builds students’ foundations in the field and hands-on professional skills, and deepens their knowledge in a chosen academic discipline. Each student focuses their coursework on the subjects and skillsets that interest them professionally.

Call for Abstracts: Global China Research Centre Graduate and ECR Seminar Series

The University of Exeter Global China Research Centre would like to welcome proposals for the inaugural session of our graduate and early-career researcher seminar series in China Studies.  This series will open with a keynote lecture by Professor Henrietta Harrison (University of Oxford, Pembroke College), a leading scholar in Chinese hi

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