School of History, Classics and Archaeology news.
MSc in History (Online Learning) graduate addresses Comité Français d'Histoire de la Géologie
Gregory Todd recently spoke at the Comité Français d'Histoire de la Géologie on Scottish geologist James Hutton.
Book Prize for Irish Historian
The School was delighted to learn of the success of Dr Patrick Mannion’s debut book.
Honours for Honorary Fellow
The School was delighted to learn that Dr Alison Sheridan, Honorary Fellow in Archaeology, has received two prestigious honours recently.
School students win at Edinburgh Awards
A number of students from the School of History, Classics and Archaeology recently received their Edinburgh Awards at a ceremony.
Staff promotions and recognition
The School is delighted to announce recognition of its academic staff ahead of the new semester.
MSc in History (Online Learning) graduate publishes work
The School was delighted to hear that David Bonner, a graduate of the MSc in History (Online Learning), has recently had a book chapter published.
Archaeological Science Internships 2019
The school introduced three archaeological science internships this summer to offer hands-on experience to students.
Student internship forges links with Signet Library
PhD candidate Sarah Moxey will be with the Signet Library until October as part of an Employ.ed internship.
Jeremiah Dalziel (Doctoral) Prize for 2019
The Graduate School is delighted to announce the winners of the Jeremiah Dalziel (Doctoral) Prize for 2019.
Dr Lindsey Buster reveals ‘Mystic Britain’
A new series on the Smithsonian Channel explores the secrets of the UK’s most mysterious sites, and features Dr Lindsey Büster, Teaching Fellow in European Iron Age Archaeology at the School of History, Classics and Archaeology.
Lost manuscript found in Cathedral archives
An exciting discovery of a lost text by 17th century writer Alice Thornton at Durham Cathedral has been made by an Edinburgh historian.
British Association for Irish Studies Bursary Award for PhD Student
First-year history PhD student James Bright has been awarded a BAIS bursary.
Leverhulme Success for Classics Graduates
The School was delighted to hear of recent successes of three Classics PhD graduates.
Carnegie Vacation Scholarship Successes
Three Carnegie Vacation Scholarships have been awarded to students within the School.
Marathon effort for Literacy Through Latin
Two teams, one marathon - an amazing result for a worthy cause.
SHCA Archaeological Science Internships 2019
Three archaeological science internships are available to undergraduate archaeology students for summer 2019. Deadline for applications Friday 24 May 2019.
School to host ‘Hedge School’ on Scotland and the Global Irish Revolution
The School will host a unique event on 15 May 2019, a History Ireland ‘Hedge School’ designed to offer the general public access to the latest research findings from leading scholars.
'A Hot-bed of Genius' exhibition opens
A student from the School of History, Classics and Archaeology is behind an exhibition to mark the 300th anniversary of the appointment of a Professor of History at the University of Edinburgh.
I was taught by Maester Cressen - Memories of a History Graduate, Class of 1965
A recent BBC Radio 3 programme brought back memories of studying history in the 1960s for Ralph Gordon, and a surprise as to who was teaching him.
Peer Support need you!
Making the change from school pupil to university student can be daunting. Peer Support is seeking volunteers to help History and Classics students for 2019/2020.
Dr Mike Carr receives British Academy award
Rising Star Engagement award to Leverhulme Early Career Research Fellow.
School wins sustainability award
The School of History, Classics and Archaeology has achieved its Bronze Sustainability Award and Adam Collier, Resources Assistant, was there to collect it.
School shines at Students Awards
All three subject areas are well represented at this year's forthcoming Student Awards – let’s celebrate their nominations!
Literacy Through Latin needs you!
Literacy Through Latin is putting together relay teams for the Edinburgh Marathon Festival to raise funds for its work. Ready to run for it?
New AHRC PhD project announced
A new fully-funded AHRC Collaborative Doctoral Project has just been announced and is seeking applications.
School welcomes new Wellcome University Award
Dr Petros Bouras-Vallianatos has been awarded a very prestigious Wellcome University Award.
Phd student wins Scottish Church History Society prize
The School of History, Classics and Archaeology was delighted to hear that Clare Loughlin has been awarded the Scottish Church History Society's essay prize for 2018-19.
New research group announced
A brand new research group is being launched tomorrow (28 February) – Emotionally Demanding Histories Group.
Archaeology Family Fun Day
Edinburgh Archaeology Outreach Project will be hosting a free family fun day on 2 March, 2019.
Symposium in memory of Nicholas Phillipson
A symposium in memory of Nicholas Phillipson, Emeritus Reader in History and Honorary Fellow at the School, will take place 1-2 March, 2019.
UncoverED – A collaborative decolonial research project
A new project uncovers the global history of the University of Edinburgh over the past 200 years.
Staff in the media
Several HCA staff have been in the media lately.
School hosts Cambridge-Edinburgh Joint Graduate Workshop in Irish History
The School of History, Classics and Archaeology was delighted to host the 4th Cambridge-Edinburgh Joint Graduate Workshop in Irish History on 17th and 18th January.
Staff on screen and print
Two staff members reach wider audiences with a TV discussion on a historical figure and a publication on a new book on Ritual Cave Use.
Inaugural Cameron Cup: Post-match analysis
This just in from Dr Julius Ruiz on the Inaugural Cameron Cup action.
The Cameron Cup kicks off
A new, and much coveted, award has been unveiled by the School of History, Classics and Archaeology.
Jeremiah Dalziel Prize for British History winner announced
The School of History, Classics and Archaeology was delighted to announce the winner of the 2018 Jeremiah Dalziel Prize for British History.
School staff and students in the news
A round-up of appearances in the media by staff and students from the School of History, Classics and Archaeology.
Online MSc in History student nominated for national award
The School was delighted to hear that Bill Smith, a graduate of the Online MSc History course, has been recognised for his work away from his studies.
Call for Leverhulme Early Career Fellowship submissions - Archaeology
Applications are invited for Leverhulme Early Career Fellowships in Archaeology. Deadline for applications is 3 December, 2018.
ArchSoc Fieldwork Fair – Can you dig it?
The Edinburgh University Archaeology Society annual fieldwork fair will be in full swing today in Teviot Debating Hall.
Spotlight on two recent online MSc in History graduates
From article publication to beginning a PhD, just two achievements from our online MSc in History graduates
Manuel Fernández-Götz elected to the Executive Board of EAA
Dr Manuel Fernández-Götz has been re-elected to the Executive Board of the European Association of Archaeologists. (Published 25 September, 2018)
Leading American historian joins School as Visiting Professor
The School of History, Classics and Archaeology is delighted to announce that Professor Patrick Griffin has joined the School as a visiting professor. (Published 24 September, 2018)
2018/19 MSc in History ODL Scholarships awarded
The School of History, Classics and Archaeology have announced the awardees of the 2018/19 online MSc in History OL Scholarships. (Published 21 September, 2018)
Stephen Bowd in Partnership Collaboration Awards success
Professor Stephen Bowd (Edinburgh) and Dr John Gagné (Sydney) will be collaborating on the project ‘Shadow agents of war: Italy, 1480-1530’. (Published 18 September, 2018)
Jim Crow in BBC ‘Ancient Invisible Cities' series
Professor Jim Crow contributes to the final episode of the new BBC history series, ‘Ancient Invisible Cities’, focussing on the water supply of Byzantine Constantinople. (Published 17 September, 2018)
Double award success for Irish History PhD graduate
The School of History, Classics and Archaeology was delighted to learn that Andrew Phemister, who graduated History PhD in 2017, has recently won two major prestigious awards. (Published 3 September, 2018)
New Senior Student Ambassador appointed
The School of History, Classics and Archaeology delighted to announce Tom Wrench as the new Senior Student Ambassador. (Published 24 August, 2018)
British Academy award for Honorary Fellow
The School was delighted to hear that Honorary Fellow Dr Alison Sheridan has been awarded the 2018 Grahame Clark Medal from the British Academy. (Published 20 August, 2018)
Bumper year for MSc History (Online)
A record number of students graduated from the MSc History (Online) course at the most recent ceremony. (Published 20 July, 2018)
Professor Douglas Cairns elected to British Academy
Professor of Classics, Douglas Cairns, has been elected as a Fellow of the British Academy in the largest cohort of new Fellows in its 116-year history. (Published 20 July, 2018)
Society for Renaissance Studies prize for Dr Sarah Cockram
The 2017 Society for Renaissance Studies essay prize has been won by Dr Sarah Cockram, Teaching Fellow in Early modern European History. (Published 19 July, 2017)
Royal Society of Edinburgh award for staff member
Dr Miranda Anderson joins Royal Society of Edinburgh's Young Academy of Scotland. (Published 10 July, 2018)
History student presents research in hometown
Morna Renwick, a third-year History MA (Hons), will present her Carnegie Trust Vacation Scholarship research on St Cuthbert at a public event on Friday 29 June. (Published 25 June, 2018)