School of History, Classics & Archaeology

Follow us online

You can keep up with the latest School news, events and developments by joining us on Facebook, Twitter or YouTube. Many of our research centres and subject areas have their own social media spaces too.

You can also follow our individual research centres and subject areas, many of which have their own social media platforms.

Facebook

Our Facebook page lets you keep in touch with the School and find out what’s happening in our community. We encourage you to share your own news, photos and videos.

Like the School Facebook page

Twitter

Follow us on Twitter to find out about news and events in our community.

Follow the School on Twitter

Follow the Graduate Office on Twitter

Instagram

Follow us on Instagram to find out about news and events in our community.

Follow us on Instagram

Youtube

Here you'll find lectures and videos with our students.

Subscribe to our School YouTube channel

Research centres and subject areas on Facebook

Like our research centres and subject areas on Facebook to find more specific information in your area of interest.

Research centres and subject areas on Twitter

Follow our research centres and subject areas on Twitter.

Blogs and podcasts

We also have some School related blogs and podcasts run by both staff and students.

Our PhD students share their experiences in their dedicated blog, Pubs and Publications. Follow them online to learn about life as a PhD student in the School of History, Classics and Archaeology.

Pubs and Publications – PhD student blog

American History Untucked is a podcast conversation with American Historians, hosted by Dr David Silkenat.

American History untucked – podcast

The Whiskey Rebellion  is an American History podcast hosted by Professor Frank Cogliano and Dr David Silkenat.

Student societies

Our student societies also have a strong social media presence. You can find out more about our societies and how to contact them on the student societies page of our website.

Find out more about our societies

All of the resources listed above are public social media websites therefore the University of Edinburgh is not responsible for any content posted to or discussed on these sites.