History teacher Dan Lyndon-Cohen responds to the latest proposals for the National Curriculum in History.
Manisha Sinha on Spielberg’s mythic rather than historical Lincoln, and missed opportunities to uncover the complex history of emancipation.
John Rennie writes about the East London History website, whose brief is to cover the history of the East End of London, from when the Romans arrived to the present day
In the wake of the UN General Assembly’s decision to make Palestine a non-member observer state, Laleh Khalili considers the Palestinian Authority’s strategy within a wider history of what it has meant to become member at the UN and whether that meaning has now changed
Michael Rosen and Emma-Louise Williams explain the background to their website, Sec Mod, which is collecting memories of education at secondary modern schools in Britain
Journalist and author Paul Mason shares his fascination with the “unruly women” of the Paris Commune
The histories of Black and minority ethnic women who served with the Allied Forces during the Second World War by Dr Jo Stanley