The Centre is pleased to announce that one of the first students on the MA in Imperial History has been awarded a prestigious CHASE studentship. Tarryn Gourley will use this fully-funded PhD scholarship to pursue a project on youth and political violence in post-colonial Zambia. Congratulations Tarryn!
The Centre for the History of Colonialisms is delighted to announce a new prize for the best third-year undergraduate dissertation in imperial and/or non-western history.
To be considered for the prize candidates must submit their dissertation by 12.00 on Friday 19 June 2015.
More information about the prize and how to submit your entry can be found in the Prizes section of the website.
Dr Jack Hogan has been awarded a post-doctoral fellowship at the University of the Free State (UFS), South Africa. Jack completed his PhD as part of the centre in early 2015, under the supervision of Centre Director, Giacomo Macola.
Jack Hogan successfully defended his PhD thesis, ‘The Ends of Slavery in Barotseland, Western Zambia (c. 1800-1925)’, in November 2014.