Empires are defined by movement—whether of goods, ideas or peoples. Bringing sugar to the metropolitan plate has a long and complicated history, involving labour migration
In this new series, Dr Shahmima Akhtar, Past & Present Fellow for the Royal Historical Society’s Race, Ethnicity & Equality in History initiative will post on subjects related to race, ethnicity and equality in UK History Higher Education (from reviewing publications to events and initiatives), on a bi-monthly basis. Follow the blog to receive all the updates by email
Monday, 6 May 2019 marks a hundred years since the outbreak of the Third Anglo-Afghan War (6 May – 8 August 1919). In the first
David Berry Prize-winner Katie Barclay reflects on her experience as a Scottish historian ‘on the move’.
This Black History Month, Miles Larmer discusses Oxford History Faculty’s new resources for schools.
We recently announced the winners of the 2018 Public History Prizes.