History Workshop

I have commissioned and edited the following pieces as an Editorial Fellow for History Workshop Online.

John Siblon, ‘Black & Asian Soldiers in “the White Man’s War”‘

Matthew Stallard, ‘Shared Heritage’ (Radical History after Brexit)

Maurice Casey, ‘Dear Comrade Angela’ (Radical Objects)

Helen Sunderland, ‘Census Lessons’

Podcast: ‘Writing Women’s Lives & History’ with Doireann ní Ghríofa

Molly Corlett, ‘Racial Trauma & Structural Harm’

Ciara Breathnach, ‘A Dark, Difficult, & Shameful Chapter: Ireland’s Mother & Baby Homes Report’

Edmund Wareham, Gingerbread (Radical Objects)

Aoife O’Donoghue & Colin Murray, ‘Referendums Yet to Come’ (Radical History after Brexit)

Dónal Hassett, ‘An Algerian Portrait (Radical Objects)

Shahmima Akhtar, ‘Ballymaclinton’ (Radical Objects)

Jessica White, ‘Police, Press & Race in the Notting Hill Carnival Disturbances’

Peter Leary, ‘Borders and Beyond’ (Radical History after Brexit)

Christopher Kissane, ‘Four Years On’ (Radical History after Brexit)

Rosa Salzberg, ‘Renaissance Lockdown: How Venice tried to Control the Plague’

Lucy Arnold, ‘ “They buried him at Worcester”: Heritage Sites, Historical Fiction, and a Local Look at Wolf Hall’

Charlotte Lydia Riley, ‘Taking Exception’ (Radical History after Brexit)

Kat Hill, ‘Awaiting Apocalypse: Anabaptists & the End of the World’

John Gallagher, ‘Against Monolingualism’ (Radical History after Brexit)

Hannah Murphy, ‘Skin before Colour in Early Modern Europe’

Afonso Dias Ramos, ‘Debating “Discoveries”: Colonialism & Public History in Portugal’

Louisa Uchum Egbunike, ‘Remembering Biafra’

Maggie Scull, ‘The Good Friday Agreement, 20 Years On’