PGF Conference Programme

It’s that time of year again: the sun is out, the birds are singing… and the PGF Conference is  soon! The theme for this year’s conference, if you didn’t know it yet, is Individuals and Communities. We have a great day lined up for you, some interesting papers from across the disciplines and across the country Read more about PGF Conference Programme[…]

Individuals and Communities: the 13th Annual PGF conference

20th May, 2016 Humans are often considered ‘social animals’, existing only within larger groups, though still maintaining a unique identity. This interdisciplinary one-day conference seeks reflect on the shifting relationship between individuals and communities across history. Defining the relationship between the individual and a (or several) social group(s) is difficult task. A community and an Read more about Individuals and Communities: the 13th Annual PGF conference[…]

PGF Lunchtime Seminar

The next lunchtime seminar is Wednesday 20th, at 1pm, in Armstrong 1.04. John Bagnall (History) will be talking to us about : The New Official History: Charles Moore, Margaret Thatcher and the Falklands Crisis ‘Earlier this year, Charles Moore released the second of his three volume official biography of Margaret Thatcher. Moore was given unrivalled Read more about PGF Lunchtime Seminar[…]

12th Edition of our E-Journal – Call for Papers!

Call for Papers 12th Edition of the Postgraduate Forum E-Journal School of History, Classics and Archaeology, Newcastle University  Disruptions The theme of this year’s issue of the PGF E-Journal seeks to reflect on the way in which “disruptions” have shaped historical disciplines and processes. Studies of history are littered with the disruptions of peoples and Read more about 12th Edition of our E-Journal – Call for Papers![…]