The episode will discuss the African American politician Shirley Chisholm who ran unsuccessfully for President in 1972. The programme will air at 4.30pm on the 2nd May.
Dr Peter Anderson (History – Arts) explains the significance of the Nazis aerial bombing on Guernica, Spain, 80 years ago today, the first such attack on an undefended European town.
Students Joey Wright and Natasha Alan Smith (History) chat about the Sweepiana exhibition that they and other Leeds students have put on at the Leeds Central Library.
The annual Race and Resistance Lecture will be given by Kehinde Andrews, Associate Professor of Sociology at Birmingham City University Starts at 6:00 pm.
The final Global History Seminar will be given by Natalya Vince from the University of Portsmouth Starts at 4:15 pm.
Part of the Wider World History Network. Professor Greg Bankoff (University of Hull) presents this seminar. Starts at 5:00 pm.
Lecturer in 18th Century History
Research student profile
Thesis: "Diet, health and identity in early modern England and Italy: A comparative study of the application and understanding of Galenic principles"