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  • The Futures of Global History
  • 15 February 2018, Richard Drayton and David Motadel
  • This is an extract from the article Discussion: the futures of global history by Richard Drayton and David Motadel published in Journal of Global History.…...
  • On Parliament’s decision to vacate the Palace of Westminster
  • 09 February 2018, Edward J. Gillin
  • Edward J. Gillin, author of The Victorian Palace of Science, discusses the history of the Palace of Westminster. Parliament’s recent decision to vacate the Palace of Westminster, passed in the House of Commons by 236 to 220 votes, might not be that surprising given the estimated £5.6 billion cost of modernizing the building.  But historically speaking, this really is a surprise.…...

News

  • HEQ article wins AHA award
  • 13 Oct 2017,
  • A History of Education Quarterly article has won the AHA's William and Edwyna Gilbert Award for the best article in a journal, magazine, or other serial on teaching history.

  • 2016 Henrietta Larson Article Award Winner
  • 11 Aug 2017,
  • Sean H. Vanatta's article “Citibank, Credit Cards, and the Local Politics of National Consumer Finance, 1968–1991" has won the 2016 Henrietta Larson Article Award.

  • 2017 Dorothy Ross Award winning article
  • 01 Jun 2017,
  • Dr Nick Witham's article published in the Historical Journal entitled “Popular History, Postwar Liberalism, and the Role of the Public Intellectual in Richard Hofstadter’s The American Political Tradition,” has won the 2017 Dorothy Ross Award.

  • 2016 Glenn Sonnedecker Prize Winning Article
  • 24 Feb 2017,
  • Laura Phillips Sawyer has been selected to receive the 2016 Glenn Sonnedecker Prize for her article, “California Fair Trade: Antitrust and the Politics of “Fairness” in U.S. Competition Policy".