#MeToo in China

Rebecca Turkington explores how the #MeToo movement in China today is made possible through rich histories of Chinese feminists organising inside, alongside and beyond the state.

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Ghetto Streets

What was it like to live in the Roman Ghetto under the shadow of papal authority? Using historical maps and personal testimony, Ariana Ellis recounts the story of Anna del Monte, a young Jewish woman who was subject to forcible removal and…

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Everyday Streets

Who owns the street? Bob Pierik and Gamze Saygi investigate spatial segregation by mapping everyday mobility in eighteenth-century Amsterdam.

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East End Lives

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

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Blog Standard History

The proliferation of websites, blogs and tweets is re-shaping the practice of history at large. This is a good place to reflect on the significance of these not-so-new electronic media for the ways in which people relate to the past.

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