Dr Michael Goodrum assesses the American President’s first year in office.
Dr Leonie Hicks explores the Bayeux Tapestry’s Kent connections and diplomatic gifts.
Dr Michael Goodrum looks at how the history of Haiti still haunts America today.
Dr David Bates looks ahead to the 100th anniversary of the Russian Revolution and explores the importance of time in the establishment of the Soviet Union.
Dr Keith McLay explores the events surrounding this month’s Raid on the Medway commemorations.
Dr Keith McLay explains why Alex Salmond’s choice of quote on election night might not be a good omen – for him.
On the 75th anniversary of the first of the Baedeker raids on Canterbury, Dr Martin Watts, Lecturer in Modern History, and Jordan Newton, a third-year Modern History student, look back at the attack on the City.
Dr Mitch Goodrum, Senior Lecturer in Modern History, explores modern political views on integration and multiculturalism and how they mirror views from the early 20th century.
Dr Keith McLay comments on the photograph of the Prime Minister signing the Article 50 letter below a painting of Sir Robert Walpole.
Kevin Ruane, Professor of Modern History, explores Churchill’s fascination for science and its power for good or bad.