Retail and Community history workshop

The Centre for the History of Retailing and Distribution (CHORD) at the University of Wolverhampton will be hosted a workshop that exploring the social, activist and communal aspects of retail from a historical perspective on Thursday 9 May 2019. Please find the programme and information on registration below. PROGRAMME 10.00 – 10.30 COFFEE AND WELCOME 10.30 …

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‘Rich Exchanges: Engaging with Policy and Parliament’ event at the University of Wolverhampton

Registration is now open for the free 'Rich Exchanges: Engaging with Policy and Parliament' event at the University of Wolverhampton, supported by the university's School of Social, Historical and Political Studies, the College of Learning & Teaching and the Centre for Historical Research, taking place on the evening of Monday 18 March. There will be refreshments from 5pm, before …

The NHS Long Term Plan, prevention, and a century of promises

Later this month, I'll start teaching a new module as part of new MA in Twentieth-Century Britain at the University of Wolverhampton. My module, focusing on citizenship and the welfare state, will have a strong focus on bringing together history and policy. So I thought it only right that I should practice what I preach …