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Dr Nadine Rossol and Professor Benjamin Ziemann explain the fall of the Weimar Republic and rise of Nazi Germany, and how it relates to current events.
Professor Benjamin Ziemann,
Dr Nadine Rossol
19 January 2022
Find out about our week of events for Holocaust Memorial Week
Dr Joanna Rzepa,
Dr Andrew Fagan,
Professor Andrew Le Sueur
09 December 2021
Research student and Assistant Lecturer James Jefferies, from the Department of History at the University of Essex, explains what inspired him to study history.
Find out what inspired Dr Tracey Loughran to pursue a career in history research and teaching in our latest Meet the researcher article.
06 October 2021
Listen to the latest episode of the Louder Than Words Podcast to discover the story of inventor and radio pioneer Guglielmo Marconi. Essex historians are now helping uncover new materials in the Marconi archive and finding new ways to engage the community in their discoveries.
Professor Jules Pretty
30 September 2021
Louise Willsher from Community 360 explains why the organisation she works for called on Essex researchers to collaborate on a project together and what it taught her about supporting communities.
27 September 2021
Research student Sam Woodward explains her role in an oral history project recording the voices of Colchester's charitable and voluntary community during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Listen to the latest episode of the Louder Than Words Podcast to discover the story of the Warner Textile Archive and how historians are helping the public understand the impact of a pioneering manufacturing company.
23 September 2021
The latest episode of the Louder Than Words Podcast is lookat inequality. What happens to people who end up at the wrong end of an unequal society? How do we help them? Professor Jules Pretty and Martha Dixon will look at research taking the long view and finding out how history can help us break cycles of poverty and depravation. They will also look at simple solutions which narrow the gap.
24 June 2021
Professor Edward Higgs, an expert in the history of the British census, explains what children at Radyr Comprehensive School in south Wales asked him about the census in a recent Q&A.
Professor Edward Higgs
24 March 2021