Next year, on July 12th and 13th, Hertford College, Oxford will host an exciting conference connecting Irish campaigners and historians to discuss Activist Histories of Ireland.
The Institute of Historical Research and the Runnymede Trust present an event examining where Black and Asian British History fits in the UK national curriculum.
At a moment when pundits continue to pronounce that multiculturalism has ‘failed’ in Britain and across Europe, this symposium will explore the role and responsibilities of anti-racist scholarship.
Rebecca Spang will use her work on the birth of modern money, and modern politics, during the time of the French Revolution, to talk about contemporary monetary innovations like cryptocurrencies and recent policy attempts at addressing inequality.
History Workshop Journal and History Workshop Online (HWO) are seeking to appoint three Editorial Fellows to join our radical history magazine.
In the final part of our series on the UCU pensions dispute, two members of university staff reflect on higher education hierarchies, media portrayals of striking workers, and the implications for non-teaching staff members.
On the final day of a fourteen day strike across UK universities against cuts to pensions, four historians discuss camaraderie, solidarity and picket line poetry, and consider how to build on the achievements of the past four weeks.
Books, articles and digital content that can help us put larger debates about pensions, fair pay and retirement into historical perspective.
As students occupy and vice-chancellors U-turn during a 14-day strike across UK universities against cuts to pensions, 6 lecturers, professors, and undergraduates share strike stories of exploitation, marketisation, and mobilisation.
On day five of a fourteen day strike across UK universities against cuts to pensions, four historians share reflections from the picket lines on solidarity, precarity, and the marketisation of education.