Scotland’s leading centre for the history of health and medicine.
Dr Rogelia Pastor-Castro presented her research at the Foreign & Commonwealth Office and her publication was the basis for a Witness Seminar. The event brought together historians, former Ambassadors to France and foreign policy practitioners to discuss of relations between Great Britain and France.
Professor Nigel Fabb, from the School of Humanities, is examining the 'epiphanies' that a piece of writing can produce and how they relate to the mind and the emotions.
Italian lecturer Dr Katharine Mitchell recently spent time at two US universities looking at the role of the Italian diva and female spectatorship in the late 19th century.
Find out more about events organised to develop new understandings of the history of Franco-British relations.
The centre is established as the leader of its type in the country and has recently secured funding for a partnership with Glasgow Museums.
Founded in 2017, this centre promotes the study of Victorian culture and history in Scotland. Funded by Strathclyde, the centre brings together individuals from Scottish universities, libraries and archives with an interest in the Victorian period.