[Above image] Sea War Museum By Innes McCartney, Bournemouth University The collapsing Nazi government ordered all U-boats in German ports to make their way to their bases in Norway on… »
Posts Tagged: “history”
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Senior Lecturer Dr Kate Murphy’s book, Behind the Wireless: A History of Early Women at the BBC, has been listed on the Evening Standard’s ‘Best Books of 2016’. Juliet Nicolson… »
“Blood in the Streets: Negotiating History Through the Italian Vigilante Film” This lecture, delivered by Austin Fisher, will enter the debates surrounding history and film by examining a cycle of… »
A world-first series of six books on the history of public relations is being collated and edited by Professor Tom Watson from the Media School at Bournemouth University. The books will… »
An insight into the first decade of PR education in the UK has just been posted online. It is the archive of the Public Relations Educators Forum (PREF) from 1994 to… »
Bournemouth University School of Applied Sciences and Archaeology department curates a wide range of skeletal collections from archaeological sites across Europe. Most of our collections comprise human remains uncovered during… »
From discovery to display: M.A.D. About The Wreck will invite people to join the adventure of maritime archaeology through a series of Maritime Archaeology Days (M.A.D.) held by Bournemouth University… »
How a £1.94 million AHRC grant will radically inform how we manage and perceive chickens as a food source.