Introduction to the PGF Committee: Jerome Ruddick, Social Secretary

Tell us a little bit about yourself Originally from Surrey, I moved to Devon at a young age, bouncing between state schools as I did so. Throughout this I’ve always been interested in history. Despite this, I originally wanted to become a Lego designer but then I realised I was rubbish at graphic design (a Read more about Introduction to the PGF Committee: Jerome Ruddick, Social Secretary[…]

Introduction to the PGF committee: Kevin Graham, Newsletter Editor

Tell us a little bit about yourself I live locally with my partner and have worked as a teacher for the past eleven years. We have three cats, and we like to visit historic sites. As a hobby, I am heavily involved in local amateur dramatic societies and I also enjoy reading fiction. Tell us Read more about Introduction to the PGF committee: Kevin Graham, Newsletter Editor[…]

Introducing the PGF Committee: Leanne Smith, Seminar Co-Ordinator

Tell us a little bit about yourself I live with my son Isaac (11) and my cat Arabella (Bella). Isaac is my absolute world. He’s the reason I decided to go to university as I want to inspire him to follow his dreams.  I absolutely love watching documentaries, my favourite was about ordinance survey maps! Read more about Introducing the PGF Committee: Leanne Smith, Seminar Co-Ordinator[…]

Introducing the PGF committee: Rob Granger, Chairman

Hi, I’m Rob and I’m a second year PhD student in history and currently the Chair of our Postgraduate Forum at Newcastle. After two years in Madrid trying (and mostly failing) to speak Spanish with a Yorkshire accent, and being torn between missing my dog back in the UK, and being able to go to Read more about Introducing the PGF committee: Rob Granger, Chairman[…]

16th Annual PGF Conference

Our annual post-graduate forum conference is less than two weeks away! This year’s theme is ‘Conflict’ and a variety of papers are lined up from History, Classics and Archaeology. Here is our Conference program.  Feel free to come and go throughout the day, registration is not necessary. Hope to see you there, The PGF Committee Read more about 16th Annual PGF Conference[…]

Congratulations to the Winners of our 14th Annual Postgraduate Forum Conference

14th Annual Postgraduate Forum Conference Winners School of History, Classics and Archaeology Newcastle University 19th May 2017   ‘Movement’   This interdisciplinary one-day conference brought together Postgraduate students studying histories relating to the theme of Movement. How do we study the past, not as static, but as dynamic and changing? How does the movement from one Read more about Congratulations to the Winners of our 14th Annual Postgraduate Forum Conference[…]