By Jemma and Francesca On Tuesday 12th June 2018 we made our way to Glasgow with CHSTM’s James Sumner for the Unvierseum conference that was taking place between Wednesday 13th June and Friday 15th June (with optional tours on the weekend which we did not attend). Universeum is a European academic heritage network that focuses … Continue reading UNIVERSEUM 2018
[Header credit: Drew Forsyth] Guest blog by CHSTM Master's students Ann Caroline Danielsen and Ellie Welch. Manchester Histories Festival’s Celebration Day took place in the Central Library and had stalls from museums, institutions, and history groups from across the North West. CHSTM had its own stall highlighting the history of medicine and the NHS at … Continue reading Manchester Histories Festival 2018
Nicola headed up to Lancaster University on 26th and 27th June to attend their 'Intellectual Party' (Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences Summer Conference) and give a paper on her research. See a Storify of Nicola's Tweets from the conference.
I was inspired to write this after spying a tweet by Dr Nathan Ryder, the author of How to Fail Your Viva asking if anyone had written a blog about surviving their viva recently. Having had a fresh look at the Viva Survivor site (which I highly recommend), it got me thinking about surviving my … Continue reading Surviving before, during and after your viva
School Report By Erin Beeston This summer, I escaped the drizzle of Manchester to attend a six day summer school on Cities and Science: Urban History and the History of Science in the Study of Early Modern and Modern Europe at the CEU in beautiful Budapest. Around twenty postgraduate students from a variety of disciplinary … Continue reading Cities and Science Summer School