Vera Mackie on the paper crane, and its development from Japanese folk practice to a symbol of anti-nuclear activism.
History Workshop Online
Ruth Mather writes on the benefits of interrogating history curriculum bias in a school setting, and discusses the benefits to both students and educators of doing so.
In his book, The Politics of History (1970), Howard Zinn asked: what is radical history? In March, postgraduate students and early career researchers came together to offer some responses.
Martin Plaut on the battle of statues in South Africa, and a necessary reconsideration of the relationship of Gandhi with African political leaders.