What does ‘history from below’ looking like in the Philippines? In this piece Justin Umali reflects on communities finding their “historical place” in a narrative.
Across the world people are raising their voices in support of a Universal Basic Income. In this piece, Toru Yamamori uncovers the forgotten feminist history behind this demand.
In this piece, Iker Itoiz Ciáurriz reflects on the Spanish Indignados movement as a moment of political learning, global solidarity and intellectual discovery.
How can we build a trade union that works for all its members? Mark Pendleton on how it was not only strikes and solidarity in Australia that made him, but also his family’s conservatism and lifelong distrust of unions
Cherish Watton considers what a scrapbooking scene in a recent BBC drama can tell us about the value of scrapbooks as radical sources for uncovering women’s lives.
What can the arrival of an anonymous letter to a local police station tell us about the administration of justice in nineteenth-century Scotland? Hannah Telling discusses the case surrounding the discovery of a woman’s body in 1853, and what this can tell us about male responses to sexual violence, both in the past and today.
An open letter from more than sixty scholars in defence of Black British History at Goldsmiths and beyond. Proposed cuts at Goldsmiths threaten the survival of field essential to understand the nation and the world’s past and present.