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Brexit One Year On: Niall Griffiths on Brexit and Literature, Thursday, March 24, 12 noon CDT

The British, Irish and Empire Studies program at the University of Texas at Austin (BIES) is pleased to announce the next session in our virtual speaker series, "Brexit One Year On," Thursday, March 24, at 12 noon CDT.

Political Independence after the Invasion of Ukraine


In this blog, Brian Girvin (University of Glasgow) discusses the status of political independence after the invasion of Ukraine. The blog focuses on two themes. The first assesses Vladimir Putin’s essay ‘On the historical unity of Russians and Ukrainians’, which denies that Ukraine has had or can have an independent existence.

Solving the Mystery of Crafting a Winning Book Proposal

Many scholars excel at writing academic manuscripts but are less confident when asked to pitch their work in the final stage ahead of submission: the book proposal. Laura Portwood-Stacer, author of The Book Proposal Book (Princeton University Press), will break down the book proposal process in a clear and attainable way and offer tips on how to (successfully!) pitch your proposal to prospective university presses and academic publishers.


Laura Portwood-Stacer will provide some much-needed clarity on how to craft a winning book proposal. You will get:

Ukraine Crisis Content from H-Nationalism and Across H-Net

Dear Readers, 

This page holds content flagged with the keyword "Ukraine" from H-Nationalism (top table) and then across H-Net's 200-or-so topical academic networks. It may be helpful for those seeking to browse more information on the current (2022) conflict. 

Kind Regards, 

David Prior