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Tag Archives: Queen Victoria
Christmas 2016: Victorian Plum Pudding
by Prof Kate Williams Christmas Pudding is when the British Christmas dinner becomes theatre – as the pudding is brought in, drenched in brandy and set alight – and the diners dive in to find the silver sixpence… But Christmas … Continue reading
Posted in British History, Christmas 2016: Food and Feasting, Cultural History Tagged christmas, Christmas 2016, early modern history, food history, history of food, modern history, MOOC, Queen Victoria, Royal Food and Feasting, The History of Royal Food and Feasting, victorian, Victorian Christmas Leave a comment
Meet Our New Members of Staff
In this Special Feature, Professor David Stack, Head of Department, introduces our new members of staff The future has never looked so bright for the study of the past at Reading. This autumn we welcome our largest intake of new … Continue reading
Posted in The History Project Tagged Asia, history, Kate Williams, Middle East, public engagement, Queen Elizabeth, Queen Victoria, research, Revolution, Russia, Soviet Union, US Leave a comment
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