In this lecture marking World AIDS Day 2016, Prof. Cook traces the emotional landscape of Britain at a key turning point in the history of AIDS.
We should develop our own ranking of History journals to provide a separate, authoritative standard for judging journal quality in History and to include the full range of History journals, rather than depending on the vagaries of selection and classification by commercial rankers.
Lists of ‘quality’ rankings for history publications are a threat to academic freedom, to innovative research, and to new fields of scholarship.
The burkini furore is another disappointing reminder that women’s bodies and appearances remain more relevant (and newsworthy) than women’s intellects and voices.
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Ideas of the unconscious, repression, regression and the ego are the very ones we need to understand the challenges we face today.
The disruption of a traditionally middle-class patriarchal space and the outrage provoked by attacks on artworks confirmed to suffragettes that the public and the press cared more for valuable objects than for women undergoing forcible feeding.
Lesley Hulonce advocates a revolution in academic publishing, including radical alternatives like self publishing.
Filmmaker Enrica Colusso explores regeneration and community at south London’s now demolished Heygate Estate in her film Home Sweet Home and interactive multimedia project Ghost Town.