Many congratulations to our alumna Pamela Gordon Hoad (History, 1954) on publication of her first novel, 'The Devil's Stain', introducing fifteenth-century physician and investigator Harry Somers. 'The Devil's Stain' is published by Mauve Square.
Many congratulations to our alumna and best-selling author Victorial Hislop on publication of her latest book, 'Cartes Postales from Greece', by Headline. 'Victoria Hislop's love affair with Greece continues, bringing the country triumphantly to life . . . [her] imaginative and compelling stories paint a remarkable portrait of Greece and its history.' Sunday Express S Magazine on Cartes Postales from Greece
Moving Music Concerts: 11:30 & 2pm 6th October 2016 11:00am Admission charge payable at the door: £5, including refreshments (carers free) CONCERT 1: 11:30am-12:30pm with refreshments from 11am / CONCERT 2: 2pm-3pm with refreshments from 1:30pm All are welcome, particularly people living with dementia along with their family, friends and carers. Please reserve your places and disabled parking in advance and pay on the door.
The publication in 2015 of the Royal Historical Society’s report on Gender Equality and Historians in UK Higher Education highlighted a number of concerns about the persistence of barriers to gender equality in British universities. Its sobering analysis of invisible bias, the silencing of women, stereotype threat and the gender pay gap reminds us that ‘good policies are not always enough’.