The Song of Simon de Montfort

The Song of Simon de Montfort

24 June 2019

This week saw the London launch of The Song of Simon de Montfort: England's First Revolutionary and the Death of Chivalry, by Dr Sophie Thérèse Ambler (History), at Daunt Books in Marylebone.

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The Bhagavad Gita: A guide to spiritual wisdom

The Bhagavad Gita: A guide to spiritual wisdom

24 June 2019

An interview with Professor Chakravarthi Ram-Prasad (PPR) about The Bhagavad Gita: A guide to spiritual wisdom was aired on BBC World Service's The Forum programme.

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Lancaster professor takes up key role in international society

Lancaster professor takes up key role in international society

14 June 2019

Professor Naomi Tadmor (History) has been elected Chair of the UK-based Social History Society and will lead the society until 2022.

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Northern universities to tackle transport emissions

Northern universities to tackle transport emissions

23 May 2019

Social scientists from FASS are part of a new research network of northern universities, led by the University of Leeds, to find new ways to rapidly decarbonise UK transport.

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Lancaster University graduate in running for prestigious poetry position

Lancaster University graduate in running for prestigious poetry position

23 May 2019

Andrew McMillan, a Lancaster University graduate, is one of three candidates standing for election as Oxford University seeks to appoint a new Professor of Poetry.

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Prestigious award nomination for Lancaster Castle online course

Prestigious award nomination for Lancaster Castle online course

30 April 2019

Lancaster University History Department’s first ever on-line course ‘Lancaster Castle and Northern English History: the View from the Stronghold’ was a runner-up in a national ‘Learning on Screen’ award. It was one of four nominees in the ‘Online Education Resource’ category – up against the BBC and two other universities.

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