Down House, the home of Charles Darwin, was the destination for this years’ CHOTS away day
Staff from the Centre for the History of the Sciences (CHOTS) attended an Away Day at Down House in North Kent, the family home of scientist Charles Darwin, on Wednesday 3rd June.
Dr Rebekah Higgitt has written a blog post about the trip, which can be viewed over on the Centre’s Science Comma blog.
The School of History has once again been successful in the annual Leverhulme Trust Early Career Fellowship competition.
Dr Temilola Alanamu will be joining the School to work with Dr Giacomo Macola on “Memories of Gender among the Postcolonial Youth of Lagos, Nigeria”. This is the second Leverhulme success for the Centre for the Study of Colonialisms within the School, which was successful last year.