Professor Simon Hall (History) writes about the political history of Fidel Castro in light of his death.
School of History alumna Dominique Triggs created a walking trail highlighting the history of the city’s theatres as part of an undergraduate project in the School of History.
Ahead of the release of Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them, Dr Marta Cobb helps explain what’s so special about the wizarding world of Harry Potter.
The second lecture of the 2016-17 series was delivered by Joanna Cannon: 'Franciscus Traini pinxit: The Many Authors of an Altarpiece of St. Dominic in 14th-Century Pisa'.
Professor Simon Hall (History) looks at how people in Yorkshire opened their homes to those fleeing the Soviet invasion.
Dr Kate Dossett (History) speaks about the surprisingly long history of women running for the Presidency of the United States.
Recent School of History graduate Dominique Triggs spent two summers investigating the city's current and past theatres for the trail.
Professor William Gould (History) talks about Indo-UK relations in the context of the Prime Minister’s current trip to India
Professor Malcolm Chase (History) is keynote speaker at the 10th anniversary Chartist Convention in Newport this weekend, part of anniversary celebrations marking the Chartist Newport Rising.