Hello, hello to you lovely people 👋🏻 Firstly, some news. This is the last newsletter you'll receive before September. No, I promise I'm not being…
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All historians share in a common struggle that determines who lives forever in our national consciousness. But with a bit of creativity, change is…
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And why does the Department for Education care so much about it?
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The overturning of Roe vs Wade has implications for past, present and future. Let's not forget that.
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In Part Two, it's three cheers for the accidental Victorian voters.
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If we only ever teach the Suffragettes, the Cat and Mouse Act and World War Two, whose story of women's suffrage are we telling?
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It's an INTEGRATED-A-THON this week as we integrate science, history, industralisation and YOU.
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When you put the big story with the small story, magic happens 💥
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The key to challenging stereotypes lies in the stories we tell - no matter the discipline.
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Time for another whistle-stop tour of the industrial workplace ...
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In this post, it's all about the small stories that shed light on the relationship between industrialisation, work and mental health.