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Research student Michael Sewell explains how understanding history can help us tackle climate change.
20 October 2022
Research student Liam Redfern explains why we cannot understand today’s climate emergency without understanding the historical journey that has brought us to this point.
History research students Liam Redfern, Louise Rodwell and Michael Sewell, from the University of Essex, explain what they learned from working with Fulbright scholar Donna Graves during her residency in Essex's Department of History.
Research student Louise Rodwell explains why the arts and humanities have a role to play in advocating for landscapes and ecosystems.
Research student Michael Sewell explains how the Suffolk coast and the Long Shop Museum could hold the answers to understanding and tackling climate change.
Fulbright scholar and public historian Donna Graves explains how heritage and culture sites can be used to engage the public in the debate around climate change.
26 May 2022
Professor Tracey Loughran
12 May 2022
This blog was written by Professor Tracey Loughran with Kate Mahoney and Daisy Payling from the Body, Self, and Family project. We recently launched the toolkit – Bodies, Hearts, and Minds: Using the Past to Empower the Future. The toolkit uses historical sources to help young people think differently about their emotional and bodily wellbeing in the present, and their capacity to make change in the future.
Theatre can engage audiences with key events in Black History, uncover previously unheard voices and encourage discussions around issues. It can also challenge conventional views on history.
Professor Jeremy Krikler,
Dr Holly Maples
10 February 2022
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