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Jeremy Varon in Conversation: The Meanings and Legacies of the 1960s
The New School: Research Matters
Interview with Jeremy Varon, Editor of The Sixties
Why the lack of Indian and African faces in Dunkirk matters
“‘Operation Legacy’: Britain’s Destruction and Concealment of Colonial Records Worldwide”
Commonwealth & Imperial History
History tells us we've got GDP wrong. Here's why
World Economic Forum
Article by Luke Messac, author of “Outside the Economy: Women’s Work and Feminist Economics in the Construction and Critique of National Income Accounting”
The Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History
Forgotten corner of Europe brought back to life thanks to artificial intelligence
University of Bristol News
“Large-scale content analysis of historical newspapers in the town of Gorizia 1873–1914”
Historical Methods: A Journal of Quantitative and Interdisciplinary History
Sledging songs, penguins and melting ice: how Antarctica has inspired Australian composers
Article by Carolyn Philpott, author of “Composing Connections between Continents: Tracing the History of Australia’s Engagement with Antarctica through Music”
Australian Historical Studies
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First produced in 1971, the journal is published by an editorial board of scholars who write on the English midlands, operating under the auspices of the University of Birmingham. It is a refereed journal which prints articles on midlands topics: from professional and amateur historians alike, locally based and from overseas.
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