This post comes from Tom Carter, PhD student in History at the University of Gloucestershire. Having completed a degree in Heritage Management here at the University of Gloucestershire, and being persuaded into pursuing a PhD by my then tutor Dr Iain Robertson, inspiration for my thesis came from a visit to the newly refurbished National … More The Absence of an English National Museum
This post comes from our former student Erika Mellor, who graduated in BA History in 2014/15. Like many people faced with the ever terrifying idea of leaving the safe haven that is university life, my prospects narrowed down into two realistic options: work or postgraduate study. For me, the choice was relatively easy. I knew … More Erika Mellor on life after History @ UoG
Students took part in the first ever History Dissertation Day at The Wilson Gallery in Cheltenham. January can be a very stressful time for third-year students approaching the final few months of their undergraduate studies. Weighing heavy on the mind is the final year dissertation, a project over a year in the making, and the … More History Students Exhibit their Research at The Wilson
The start of the new academic year is here! Today we welcome back returning students embarking on their final year, those beginning their second year, and let’s not forget our part-time students who are at various stages of their academic studies. A special welcome goes to all our new students starting Induction Week today, we … More A New Start!
Visiting Professor Roy Jones keeps us up to date on his recent work … Those of you who read the recent ‘Iain Robertson Down Under’ blog will know that my appointment as Visiting Professor at UOG has been extended for three more years. As an historical geographer, I am really pleased that, simultaneously, I am … More Roy Jones’ Letter from Perth (the other one)