School of Humanities

School of Humanities


  • Thu, Fri
    April 2018
    Cannabis: Global Histories

    Governments in places as diverse as Uruguay, Portugal and the USA have made significant alterations to cannabis policies over the last decade, and others such as Canada have committed to change in the next few years.  Ninety years after the UK imposed its own 1928 Coca Leaves and Indian Hemp Regulations, the CSHHH Glasgow gathers historians and invites others to the University of Strathclyde to address a range of historical questions about the origins of attitudes towards, policies on and markets for cannabis substances.  After all, by understanding how countries have come to the laws and control mechanisms that they currently deploy, and the reasons that consumers and suppliers have often proven to be so resistant to them, contemporary positions and future directions can be clearer, better-informed and free of the prejudices of the past.

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  • Humanities Seminar Series Autumn 2018

    Please click on the link above for information on the various seminars that are taking place in the School of Humanities in the Autumn season.

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Strathclyde academic lauds Nobel Prize winner

Dr Alan Morris has studied the works of Patrick Modiano for more than three decades. Here, he speaks about his appreciation of this year's Nobel Prize in Literature winner.

French author Patrick Modiano

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