The University of St Andrews Early Modern and Modern History (EMMH) Postgraduate Forum is an informal, regular gathering of St Andrews postgraduate students working in the fields of early modern and modern history, who convene to present and discuss their current research.

The forum is hosted by the University of St Andrews School of History. Our sessions will be held in a hybrid format – both online and in person! Please see our events page for more details.

Our next session will be held on Wednesday 25th May at 5.30pm in Room 1.10, St Katherine’s Lodge. We are looking forward to hearing a presentation from MLitt student Michalis Konnaris, who will be sharing some of his dissertation research on the culture of British officers between 1660 and 1714. Click here to read the abstract of his paper, and to find out more about Michalis.

If you are a St Andrews postgraduate student interested in presenting your work, please contact our convenors Fiona Banham (fb81@st-andrews.ac.uk) and GK Teh (gkt1@st-andrews.ac.uk) for more information on how to get involved.