Dr Althea Legal-Miller discusses how the Black Lives Matter movement is part of America’s tumultuous history.
Dr Harshad Keval asks if the temporary nature of Black History Month can support the call for a radical change in societal racial justice.
Dr Harshad Keval explores how our problematic and traumatic history is impacting on our present.
To mark the 150th anniversary of Charles Dickens’s death this year, Professor Carolyn Oulton discusses the writer’s connections with Kent.
Dean Irwin looks at the historical relationship between England, Canterbury and the Jewish Community.
Dr Michael Goodrum looks at the cultural impact of The Simpsons and their enduring appeal.
Dr Alexander Kent reflects on the terrorist bombing of the Royal Marines School of Music at Deal in 1989 and its impact on the identity of the town.
Patrick Meehan offers an alternative viewpoint to teach younger generations on the outbreak of WW1.
Professor Jackie Eales explores the origins of one of the most popular celebrations of the year, Halloween.
On the 50th anniversary of the first publication of Biggles books, Dr Michael Goodrum explores the character’s impact and legacy.