The Rothermere American Institute seeks applicants for the newly established and endowed Edward Orsborn Professorship of US Politics and Political History. The Professor will be Director of the RAI and a Fellow of University College.
The RAI and University College are delighted to announce the establishment of the Edward Orsborn Professorship of US Politics and Political History. The Professor will be Director of the Rothermere American Institute and a Fellow of University College.
Alice Kelly, the RAI's Harmsworth Junior Research Fellow on the History of the United States and World War One, has written an article in the latest Times Literary Supplement on Ellen La Motte, an American nurse, suffragette and war writer.
Professor Jennifer Keene of Chapman University gave the first in a series lectures on the United States and World War I. Her talk, '"Deeds Not Words": American Social Justice Movements and World War One' is now available online.
Starting in Michaelmas Term 2017, the endowed fellowship will allow a postdoctoral scholar to produce exceptional research for publication in books and articles, gain essential experience in teaching, and work alongside Oxford’s many specialist faculty.