Peckham School, Imperial War Museum

War Comes to School: Life at Peckham Central School, London, England, 1943. (Credit: © IWM (D 12190) Imperial War Museums)


Our termly newsletters outline some of the projects we’ve been working on as well as providing news, details of forthcoming events, collaborations, and opportunities.

Newsletter No. 1 (Autumn 2014)

Newsletter No. 2 (Spring 2015)

Newsletter No. 3 (Summer 2015)

Newsletter No. 4 (Autumn 2015)

Newsletter No. 5 (Spring 2016)

Newsletter No. 6 (Summer 2016)

Newsletter No. 7 (Autumn 2016)

Newsletter No. 8 (Spring 2017)

Newsletter No. 9 (Summer 2017)

Newsletter No. 10 (Autumn 2017)

‘Europe in Crisis’ blog series

Posts in this ongoing series place current developments and debates in a historical context.

Contributions to date:

2 October: Jessica Reinisch, ‘History matters…but which one? Every refugee crisis has a context’ (co-published with History & Policy)

6 October: Jessica Reinisch, ‘On news and non-news: Calais migrants, once again’

12 October: Friederike Kind-Kovacs, ‘Budapest’s Eastern Train Station: From the Past to Today’s (Child) Refugee Crisis’

22 October: Dora Vargha, ‘Mnemonic Battles on 23 October’

26 October: Elidor Mehilli, ‘Europe’s ‘fake’ refugees

2 November: Ana Antic, ‘At the Gates of Europe: The Eastern European Refugee Crisis

9 November: Pamela Ballinger, ‘Lessons from Europe’s Refugee Pasts’

16 November: Darcie Fontaine, ‘Temporary Migrants or Permanent Immigrants: France’s long migrant crisis’

27 November: Kiran Klaus Patel, ‘Crisis, What Crisis? The EU in Historical Perspective

5 December: David Bryan, ‘History, ‘internationalism’ and the British debate on Syria

7 December: Jim Bjork, ‘One of Us? Dealing with Difference Among People on the Move

17 December: Hiroki Shin, ‘The Paris Climate Agreement and the Year 1965: How Much Can We Achieve in 50 Years (Or Less)?’

21 December: Becky Taylor, ‘‘The Dangers of Sympathy’

4 January: Martin Conway, ‘The State of Europe’

21 January: Eleanor Davey, ‘The bombing of Kunduz and the crisis of international humanitarian law

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