Humanising Historians: Jon Hogg
In this month's Humanising Historians blog, Senior Lecturer Dr Jon Hogg discusses how his interest in History grew alongside his life experiences and other personal interests.
Posted on: 14 November 2023
Humanising Historians: Stephen Kenny
In this month's Humanising Historians blog, Stephen Kenny discusses his academic life, including his remarkable journey from the United States to Liverpool. Stephen also discusses his personal history, passion for history and social justice, literary interests, and even some of his favourite hobbies.
Posted on: 9 October 2023
What to Read, Watch and Listen to This Black History Month!
The theme of this year’s Black History Month is ‘Saluting Our Sisters,’ the celebration and showcase of Black women. I’m going to share how to celebrate Black history this October – by reading, watching and listening!
Posted on: 3 October 2023
Humanising Historians: Jessica White
In this month's Humanising Historians blog, Jessica White discusses how her love for History grew, alongside her passions for all things cycling, travelling and which reality TV show she is really enjoying at the moment!
Posted on: 10 September 2023
Environmental Humanities in Central Asia: Book launch
'Environmental Humanities in Central Asia' brings together essays in environmental history, sociology, comparative literature, geography, and anthropology, to illustrate how humans have related to other organisms and landscape features in four broadly defined ways. Dr Beatrice Penati discusses the book more in this blog!
Posted on: 6 September 2023
Celebrating the HLC Graduations
On the 21st of July our HLC graduates, dressed in their finest threads, donned caps, gowns and hoods to celebrate the conclusion of their degrees.
Posted on: 25 August 2023
‘Come Wi Guh down Fi Guh Buy Banana’: Transatlantic Slavery and Caribbean Farmers’ Markets
The Caribbean is a popular tourist destination known for its colourful carnivals and tropical beaches, but rarely do visitors venture outside of tourist hot spots. In doing so, they miss the rich cultural atmosphere of the wider parishes and its many farmers' markets.
Posted on: 10 May 2023
Humanising Historians: Roland Clark
Today's interview in our Humanising Historians series features Reader in Modern European History, Dr Roland Clark. Here he discusses what ignited his fascination in Romanian History, as well as other personal interests.
Posted on: 26 April 2023
Stories We Tell: History, Mythologies, Memories and Monuments
How have national and international narratives influenced how history is taught, represented and interpreted on both sides of the Atlantic? How is this discourse used to mould political dialogue in United States and the United Kingdom? What is the value of democracy?
Posted on: 14 April 2023