Gill Gregory regularly teaches two English Literature courses for the LUP (currently, London Writers and British Literary Traditions), and will be teaching London Writers for the London Summer Program.
Professor Black, of Exeter University, concluded the highly successful 2011 Global History Seminars series yesterday, speaking on the global history of war. Professor Black’s books include War and the World; Why Wars Happen; and A Military Revolution?.
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Unexpected Notre Dame football sighting – this Adidas advert is being broadcast on UK tv, where it was spotted by an eagle-eyed rector.
This week’s Global History seminar featured Chris Hamlin, Professor of History at the University of Notre Dame, speaking on the global history of disease, and provoking some energetic discussion amongst the seminar attendees.
Professor Hamlin is the author of exemplary studies of public health, including A Science of Impurity and Public Health and Social Justice in the Age of Chadwick. His latest book is Cholera: the Biography.
The final seminar in the 2011 Global History Seminars series will take place on Moday 28th, with Professor Jeremy Black speaking on “The global history of war.” Professor Black, of Exeter University, is one of the most prolific, debated and wide-ranging historians in the world. His books include War and the World; Why Wars Happen; and A Military Revolution?
Attendance is free, however pre-registration is required. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve seats.
Sara Felsenstein, a London Undergraduate Program student interning at the NBC News, writes about her experiences in the NBC News’ London Bureau as they cover events in Libya.