Applications being accepted for the John Reid Trust Scholarship
Applications are now open for the John Reid Trust Scholarship. The Trust exists to assist distinguished Aberdeen University graduates, preferably with Honours in an Arts subject, to continue their studies at any institution outside Scotland. While the level of awards varies according to the funds available and the number of applicants, the...
Publication success for History of Art alumna Dr Peggy Beardmore
Congratulations to Dr Peggy Beardmore on the publication of her book Students of Hospitalfield: Education and Inspiration in Twentieth-Century Scottish Art. Peggy was awarded a PhD in History of Art from the University of Aberdeen in 2017; her thesis, supervised by Professor John Morrison and Dr Mary Pryor, and funded...
John Calvin Against the Backdrop of the North Sea
A French refugee who fled to Geneva, and who became one of the most influential leaders in the reformations of the 16th Century. Author of a best-seller which went through several editions in his lifetime, which remains in print nearly 500 years later. Preacher, theologian, pastor, civic leader, biblical expositor,...
Digital Media Intern (call for applications)
An exciting opportunity has arisen at the School of Divinity, History and Philosophy for a current 2nd or 3rd Undergraduate student to join our team as a Digital Media Intern. The Intern will play a key role in creating a series of short videos promoting postgraduate programmes. These videos will...
PhD Divinity viva success
Following on from last week's good news, congratulations also to Lisanne Winslow who has successfully passed her viva!
PhD Divinity viva success
Congratulations to PhD Divinity students Justin Pritchett and Markus Nikkanen who both passed their vivas this week!
UoA historians contribute to highly prestigious four-volume 'Cambridge History of Ireland'
UoA historians Professor Michael Brown and Dr Colin Barr both contributed chapters to the highly prestigious four-volume 'Cambridge History of Ireland' which was launched this week in Dublin. Read more about this impressive book project here: https://www.irishtimes.com/culture/books/president-voices-fears-about-teaching-of-history-in-schools-at-book-launch-1.3479586
History student celebrates conference selection success
A history student from the University of Aberdeen has been selected to present a paper at a prestigious conference that celebrates the best of the UK’s student talent. Ruhi Singha will present her paper - ‘Why was Europe’s 20th century so much more violent than any earlier centuries?’ - at...
Done It Day! 2018
Done It! Congratulations to our History students who submitted their undergraduate dissertations. History staff and students came together on the day to celebrate the occasion with the School’s very first Done It! Day. Deputy Head Dr Jackson Armstrong spoke on behalf of the School and congratulated students on their achievements. Done...
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