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Dr Rosalind Crone (cturer, History), author of ‘iolent Victorians’ explored the history of the adulteration of food with food critic and presenter Giles Coren in ‘ood: A Scandalous History’ which took a trip back to the days of Victorian food scandals Continue reading
Faculty of Arts, Open University: 9 full-time, 3-year PhD studentships available from 1 October 2013. In 2013-14, 5 AHRC-funded studentships are available in: History, with the National Library of Wales; English, with the British Library; and Music, with the National Library of Scotland. The 2 final awards with these partners are in English (e-manuscript collections) and History (digital heritage/crowdsourced data). We are also offering a Music studentship attached to the Listening Experience Database, a major AHRC-funded project in collaboration with the Royal College of Music.
Arts Senior Faculty Manager and Associate Lecturer Dr William Sheehan’s discovery of a key memoir sheds new light on the start of the Irish Civil War, providing contradictory evidence to the version of events accepted for almost a century. Continue reading