School of History, Philosophy and Culture

  • Past Events

    • History Careers Event

      History Careers Event

      Routes into teaching for History students with Adrienne Duggan from the School of Education.
      17 October 2018

    • Undergraduate Open Day

      Undergraduate Open Day

      A university-wide open day for prospective undergraduate students, for 2019 entry.
      06 October 2018

    • Philosophy Seminar Series

      Philosophy Seminar Series

      Worse things happen at sea: where law and morality meet with speaker Mark Tebbit, University of Reading.
      04 October 2018

    • The Quick and the Dead: Fallen Soldiers and their Families

      The Quick and the Dead: Fallen Soldiers and their Families

      This interactive day will draw on the extensive experience of bestselling author and well-known historian of the Great War, Richard van Emden.
      22 September 2018

    • Evolutionary ethics: The nuts and bolts approach

      Evolutionary ethics: The nuts and bolts approach

      A two-deay conference that starts from the assumption that the details about the evolution of morality do make a difference, and asks how.
      20 July 2018

    • Undergraduate Open Day

      Undergraduate Open Day

      A university-wide open day for prospective undergraduate students, for 2019 entry.
      30 June 2018

    • Postgraduate open evening

      Postgraduate open evening

      Graduate Your Career - A postgraduate qualification can help you to develop your career, deepen your learning, pursue a passion, or build the knowledge and skills to get you back into the workplace. Find out more about the postgraduate and professional development opportunities we offer at our open evening.
      13 June 2018

    • Emotions across the disciplines

      Emotions across the disciplines

      Emotions, Museums and Memory
      30 May 2018

    • Food writing: Enhancing the human condition

      Food writing: Enhancing the human condition

      Panel discussion and Q&A. In this session acclaimed writers Claudia Roden, Bee Wilson and Jeremy Lee will explore the power of food literature to enhance our lives. Whether through cookery writing that reveals the nature of cultural heritage, works of food history that highlight changing social conditions, or campaigning journalism that tackles corruption in the food industry.
      26 May 2018

    • Routes into Research: the humanities and social sciences

      Routes into Research: the humanities and social sciences

      Leading academics, at the forefront of their disciplines, will talk about what inspired them to become researchers in the humanities and social sciences
      26 May 2018