In this episode, activists and historians discuss the UK housing crisis in contemporary and historical perspective.
Tag: radical history
Stephen Williams recounts the 1981 Peasants’ Revolt on Blackheath in South London, galvanising the left’s resistance to a Tory majority and commemorating the 1381 march.
This article by Sarah Wise in the most recent issue of History Workshop Journal is freely available only for the month of April, 2017.
A special, free-access compilation of articles on South Asian history from History Workshop Journal
In Episode 2 of the History Workshop Podcast, Historian Alison Light offers a unique perspective on the memoir and biography, and the art of writing about lived experiences.
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.
Education Activism Ethics explores ways of doing history which move beyond the confines of the academy and engage wider public audiences, and the challenges such approaches entail both in practical and theoretical terms.
How can radical histories be shared with people from all walks of life, and how can they be made more accessible and both involve and reach radical communities?
The Radical Histories / Histories of Radicalism conference asks ‘where’ and ‘why’ and ‘how’ radical history can take place in neo-liberal times?
East Anglia has a rich but often overlooked history of radicalism and this conference will introduce people to some aspects of this history and provide a focus for a renewed interest in Labour History.