Tag Archive: the york historian

A Third “Red Scare”? Bernie Sanders and the 2020 US Election

Stephanie Wilson analyses how Japan utilises the Olympic Games for political means

AUTHOR: STEPHANIE WILSON

Blanke History: The untold story of the Black Tudors

Charlotte Small explores the often overlooked story of the Black Tudors through an analysis of John Blanke, a Black Tudor Musician.

AUTHOR: CHARLOTTE SMALL

Netflix’s Cable Girls: A Turning Point in Spain’s National Historical Memory?

In a thrilling review, Sophie Turbutt explores changes in Spain’s historical memory through analysis of Netflix’s Cable Girls
AUTHOR: SOPHIE TURBUTT

From Technonationalism to Superficial Environmentalism: Japan’s Olympics as a Political Tool

In anticipation for the upcoming 2020 Olympics in Tokyo, Stephanie Wilson analyses how Japan utilises the Olympic Games for political means
AUTHOR: STEPHANIE WILSON

An Introduction to the History of Emotions

A brief introduction to the History of Emotions

AUTHOR: LIAM GREENACRE

Histories and Stories: Narration in Historiography

An insightful examination of the multifaceted role of narration in history.
AUTHOR: VERA RATNIKOVA

The York Historian Meets: Oleg Benesch

The York Historian meets University of York lecturer, Oleg Benesch

1666: Plague, War and Hellfire, by Rebecca Rideal (2016)

A Review of 1666: Plague, War and Hellfire, by Rebecca Rideal (2016).
AUTHOR: JESS AYRES