“Children benefited from constant supervision and care, regular meals and sleep schedules which naturally aided their health and well-being.”
Was the original ‘photobomb’ in fact a ghostly spirit and not an overeager tourist?
Five series of interviews with historians at QMUL
Julian Jackson asks whether Emmanuel Macron might be the man to help the French people escape the long shadow of General de Gaulle.
The re-working of genuine asylum photographs into dark, gothic illustrations was a positive way of generating discussion about the history of psychiatry.
Dr. Mark Condos talks about his research in colonial domination and insecurity.
What happens when scholars in the humanities try to build an app?
Final post in our three-part series.
In part two of our three-part series on a student-led Twitter conference, we follow Dan Todman and his students as they set things up.
Part One – Can you run a student conference on Twitter?
Why are these global, informal institutions important?
What is the shocking origin of people hurting themselves?
What is “Take Five”? Who is being interviewed here!
How did the larger behind evolve in art and culture?