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Doctoral studentship: The Transmission of Taste c. 1200-c.1400
Durham University is pleased to announce the availability of a funded doctoral studentship on medieval food and recipe collections to commence in October 2021.
This is a collaborative doctoral award with Blackfriars Restaurant, Newcastle-upon-Tyne and the University of Newcastle. Durham is the lead institution.
Further details are available here: https://www.dur.ac.uk/history/postgraduate/cdp/
(18 Nov 2020)
New publication by Prof Philip Williamson and Dr Natalie Mears
New blog post by Prof Williamson and Dr Mears on Cambridge Core entitled - Why remember the fifth of November.
The blog is available here: https://www.cambridge.org/core/blog/2020/11/04/why-remember-the-fifth-of-november/
Durham historians in Past and Present (August 2020)
Two articles by Durham historians have just been published in Past and Present: Cherry Leonardi
(10 Aug 2020) » Read more Durham historians in Past and Present (August 2020)
New volume in National Prayers series published
The Durham state prayers project has now published the third volume of its series of commentaries and texts on National Prayers: Special Worship since the Reformation, edited by Professor of Modern British History Philip Williamson, with Stephen Taylor, Alasdair Raffe and Natalie Mears.
(10 Aug 2020) » Read more New volume in National Prayers series published
We have added to our department podcast series - do visit our page and catch up on our recordings: https://www.dur.ac.uk/history/about/podcasts/
(19 Jun 2020)
New article available from Dr Charlie Rozier
New article by Dr Charlie Rozier available, titled: Compiling Chronicles in Anglo-Norman Durham’
(16 Jun 2020) » Read more New article available from Dr Charlie Rozier
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