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Professor Noam Lubell explains challenges providing states with clear guidance on how to investigate violations of humanitarian law in war zones.
Professor Noam Lubell
15 January 2021
The play tells the story of a black British teenager as he discovers police brutality and the rise of the Black Power Movement in the 1960s and 1970s in West London.
14 January 2021
Katherine Emms of The Edge Foundation presents three innovative case studies, featured at an Edge symposium, which demonstrate how work-based learning with integrated industry support can make new graduates more work-ready and employable.
07 January 2021
The Body, Self and Family Project team in the University of Essex Department of History are interviewing women aged between 50 and 80 about their everyday health experiences, to paint a picture of how women in postwar Britain tried to stay healthy, coped with pain, and looked after their health.
Professor Tracey Loughran
18 December 2020
Edge Hotel School
10 December 2020
Thanks to the generous donation in honour of Eleonore Koch, an annual bursary of £5,000 is awarded to a student from Latin America to study an MA Art History & Theory at Essex.
08 December 2020
The Berlin Shadow is a moving account of a journey taken by a father and son as they travelled to Berlin, which the father fled in 1939.
Professor Jonathan Lichtenstein
27 November 2020
Department of History
09 November 2020