Tag Archives: Britain

The Stenton Lecture and Symposium 2016

Thursday 17th November marks the date of this year’s Stenton Lecture which is preceded by the Stenton Symposium. What is the Stenton Lecture? The Stenton lecture is an annual lecture by an eminent historian, hosted by the Department and held … Continue reading

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Marriage, Motherhood and being an MP: the Long View

by Dr Jacqui Turner The famous Harold Wilson misquote that a week is a long time in politics was an understatement last week, half an hour was a long time in politics. On Wednesday afternoon I had a coffee with … Continue reading

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The Language of the Migration ‘Crisis’ – Past and Present

by Dr Daniel Renshaw On mainland Europe a status quo that has preserved peace on the continent for the last half century is beginning to fall apart.  Meanwhile, back in the United Kingdom, attitudes and policy towards long-established relationships with … Continue reading

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Elections and Political Change in Britain, 1832-1945

by Robert Collins As part of our Period in Modern History module, Elections and Political change in Britain, 1832-1945 a trip to Special Collections at the Museum of English Rural Life was organised by Dr Jason Parry. The aim of … Continue reading

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