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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.
Professor Jules Pretty
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
PhD student and graduate teaching assistant Lewis Smith writes about his work at the Marconi Archives, where he has helped develop a strategy for public engagement.
17 March 2021
The Body, Self and Family Project team in the University of Essex Department of History are interviewing women aged between 50 and 80 about their everyday health experiences, to paint a picture of how women in postwar Britain tried to stay healthy, coped with pain, and looked after their health.
Professor Tracey Loughran
18 December 2020
The Berlin Shadow is a moving account of a journey taken by a father and son as they travelled to Berlin, which the father fled in 1939.
Professor Jonathan Lichtenstein
27 November 2020
Department of History
09 November 2020
Dr Lisa Smith
22 October 2020
In this blog, historian Professor Lucy Noakes looks into how the centenary of the First World War was marked and the importance of developing public history projects which uncovered more marginal histories.
Professor Lucy Noakes
06 September 2020
New research shows China's claim to have eradicated this parasitic disease in the 1950s were false, and part of a big cover up.
Dr Xun Zhou
22 August 2020