HRI Catalyse

The Future of Gender in the Curriculum: Opportunities and Threats’ with Professor Andrea Pető

Andrea Pető is Professor of Gender Studies at the Central European University, Budapest. She is a leading scholar in gender history and politics, as well as a campaigner and advocate for women’s equality and gender studies education. The presentation will be followed by a panel discussion with Dr Lucy Jones, Professor Jenny Saul and from the Department of History, Professor Mary Vincent and Dr Julie Gottlieb with time for Q&A.

The event is organised by the Faculty Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Committee, supported by HRI Catalyse.

Please sign-up via the Eventbrite page here



CoMo Public Lecture: Professor Saul Dubow

CoMo, the Centre for Contemporary and Modern History is delighted to announce a public lecture by Saul Dubow, Smuts Professor of Commonwealth History at the University of Cambridge. Continuing our theme of partition (which you may follow at, Professor Dubow will be speaking on ‘Apartheid: why Partition could not work’

12 October at 5pm
The Diamond Lecture Theatre 3
All welcome!