Capturing the pandemic for posterity: University of Winchester launches coronavirus diary project
We are living through an historic global crisis as the coronavirus pandemic unfolds and future generations will want to know how we spent our days. What was the local, lived experience of a global pandemic from day to day and week to week?, Press
Historical pageants explored in History of Education Society lecture
The Centre for the History of Women's Education at the University of Winchester is proud to host a public lecture on the role of the historical pageant in Winchester as part of the History of Education Society's 50th Anniversary Annual Conference. ,
Not all jolly hockey sticks: can school stories of the past help us make decisions for our children's future?
An inaugural lecture at the University of Winchester focuses on how 'school stories', both real and fictional, are a valid resource in the field of History of Education and within our wider society. , Press Release
Doctor Who: fan reaction to first black Time Lord exposes Britain’s deep divisions on race and gender
BBC audiences were recently introduced to their first black Doctor Who. In the episode which aired in the UK on January 26, Jo Martin – previously best known for roles in Holby City and Blue Story – played an ostensibly ordinary human who was,
UK election: when it comes to social media, might the Tories beat Labour at their own game?
Jeremy Corbyn’s unexpected popularity in the 2017 UK general election seemed closely related to a surge in Labour’s youth vote which has often been attributed to a set of social media strategies. Labour deliberately set out to exploit young