December 8, 2016
USW historian Fiona Reid features in a new collection of essays on Psychological Trauma and the Legacies of the First World War, edited by Jason Crouthammel and Peter Leese.
January 30, 2016
USW historian Fiona Reid has just published ‘”My Friends Looked at Me in Horror”: Idealizations of Wounded Men in the First World War’, Peace and Change, 41: 1 (2016) 64-77.
January 15, 2015
USW historian Fiona Reid and Christine Van Everbroeck (Director of the Royal Museum of the Armed Forces in Brussels) have just published ‘Shell Shock and the Kloppe: war neuroses amongst British and Belgian troops during and after the First World War’ in Medicine Conflict and Survival, 30/4 (December 2014).
October 26, 2014
USW historian Fiona Reid recently spoke at ‘World War One: Dissent, Activism and Transformation’, an international conference held at Georgian Court University, New Jersey.
May 29, 2011
The Hay Festival sees the launch of a new collection of essays on Welsh history from History Research Wales, the umbrella organisation representing the historical profession in Welsh HE.
A New History of Wales: Myths and Realities, edited by Huw Bowen, brings together pieces that were first published in the Western Mail's 'Welsh History Month’ last year.
April 25, 2011
April 13, 2011
February 21, 2011
September 14, 2010
Watch out for next Saturday?s Western Mail, which will see the launch of a new 25-part series on Welsh history. Historians from across Wales will offer some new and hopefully provocative perspectives on the Welsh past. The paper?s ?New History of Wales? will run daily, beginning on September 18, and historians from Glamorgan will be to the fore.
September 7, 2010
Glamorgan historians Chris Evans and Alun Withey spoke at the conference Fitting for Health: The Economy of Medical Technology in Europe and its Colonies, 1600–1850, held at the École normale supérieure in Paris last week. The conference, which brought together a range of international scholars interested in the development of medical technology, ranged across themes such as the spread and marketing of medicines, the development of anatomical models, corrective devices for the body in the eighteenth century, and Victorian technologies for deaf people.
July 28, 2010
Congratulations to Glamorgan historian Dr Alun Withey, who has been awarded £1300 by the Wellcome Trust to support the conference Medicine at the margins: ideas, knowledge and practice c.1500–2000, which will be held at the University next year.