"humanising historians" blog posts

Humanising Historians: Deana HeathDeana holding a book on Colonial Terror

Humanising Historians: Deana Heath

In this month's Humanising Historians blog, we journey back and forth across the Atlantic, landing in Liverpool where Professor Deana Heath discusses what led to her decision to focus on Indian and Colonial History. Along the way we encounter old sci-fi movies, cakes and outrageous hats.

Posted on: 13 February 2024

Humanising Historians: Myriam Wilks-HeegMyriam Wilks-Heeg and 2022 graduates

Humanising Historians: Myriam Wilks-Heeg

In this month's Humanising Historians blog, Lecturer Dr Myriam Wilks-Heeg discusses her journey from a German town to Liverpool, exploring her unexpected path to history sparked by feminism. Beyond academics, Myriam talks about her love for running, tennis, and music.

Posted on: 21 December 2023

Humanising Historians: Jon HoggJon Hogg standing against a beach backdrop

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 KennyStephen Kenny and MA International Slavery Students – Kwame Amoah-Boateng, Taylar Charles, Emma-Leigh McCabe and Aisha Taylor Duran met with Professor Stephen Berry (Gregory Professor of the Civil War Era, Department of History, University of Georgia)standing in a line smiling and facing the camera

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

Humanising Historians: Jessica White Jessica White with her bike posing next to a lake

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

Humanising Historians: Roland ClarkRoland Clark

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

Humanising Historians: Ama BineyAma Biney

Humanising Historians: Ama Biney

In this blog series, members of our History department have come together to share with us their own thoughts and personal interests. Today's interview features Lecturer in Black History, Dr. Ama Biney.

Posted on: 31 March 2023