Organ transplantation has long relied upon the “dead donor rule,” which requires that the donor be dead before organs can be removed.
Welcome to the Department of Historical Studies
Here you will find the latest news about our exciting departmental events, and information about the cutting-edge research and teaching of our faculty, the projects of our administrative staff, the achievements of our students, and the activities of our alumni and friends. You will also discover why the disciplines that make up Historical Studies are crucial for understanding the world in which we live. In our globalized world, critical thinking, reading and writing skills, analysis of texts and events, and understanding of our globe’s diversity and pluralism are crucial for success.
We hope you’ll enjoy exploring our website and look forward to having you visit us in Historical Studies!
Since becoming a republic in 1974 and joining the European Union 2004, the tiny nation of Malta has struggled to assert itself as a Catholic European country whose national language combines Arabic Sicilian, Italian and English.
Join a roundtable discussion with alumni and other professionals about career options for students graduating with a Bachelor of Arts.