Panel discussion of WAR (Women Against Rape) at Pembroke College, Cambridge, 7th February 2017 to coincide with Sexual Violence Awareness Week.
How can the Freudian tradition of mass psychology help us understand use of the term “populism”?
‘Archives of feeling’ are fundamental to our understanding of intersecting social and intimate lives – past and present.
Local history is a powerful tool that contributes to place making and construction of identity.
It is time to explore how we make sense of Britain’s past and the value of thinking historically in public life.
Thousands of US soldiers protested and dissented against the Vietnam War. Their letters are windows into that hidden history.
The mood on the streets of British cities before and after the epoch-changing rise of Rock Against Racism.
Fascism is not just the big bang of mass rallies and extreme violence; it is also the creeping fog that incrementally occupies power while obscuring its motives.
There is both precedent and demand for a queer museum. Make it happen!
The Raphael Samuel Memorial Lecture 2016 commemorates the twentieth anniversary of Raphael’s death with a lecture by his widow, the writer Alison Light.