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On Saturday 10th of March as part of Dundee Women’s Festival Women’s History Scotland officially launched it’s new learning resource: THE WOMEN’S SUFFRAGE MOVEMENT IN SCOTLAND,... read more »
Matilda of Scotland was born in the late summer or early autumn of 1080 as the daughter of King Malcolm III and (Saint) Margaret of Wessex. She was christened with the name Edith. As her mother was a... read more »
Fake news, data scamming, trolls…. there are times when it seems the internet or those who control it are trying to nudge us off a cliff. We are distracted and confused, clicking away at our sc... read more »
Lecturer in Early Modern European History (Teaching and Scholarship) Queen Mary University of London – School of History Location: London Salary: £40,865 to £43,152 per annum (... read more »
Recently, I had my students in Food in American Society and Culture try their hand at drafting dietary guidelines. While every group recommended consuming fruits and vegetables, one group specifically... read more »
Princess Therese of Saxe-Altenburg was born 21 December 1836 to Prince Eduard of Saxe-Altenburg and Princess Amalie of Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen. Born at Triesdorf Castle in Bavaria, she grew up in Mun... read more »
Interview by Lisa Smith Welcome to your new role as co-editor of the Recipes Project, Jess!  Tell us a bit about your own history with the RP. I first contributed to the RP in 2014, when I wrote... read more »
As the second part of my post about industry on the River Meon, today I am looking at brick making, which, like iron working, was, for centuries, carried out principally around the lower reaches of th... read more »


19 March 2018
On the evening of Wednesday, March 14, Marielle Franco — the thirty-eight-year-old human-rights activist, feminist, anti-racist organizer, and recently-elected city councilwoman — went to... read more »
As time passed, what was one to do with the former Imperial family? At first, life went on as normally as could be expected. The family went out into the park together as loitering soldiers snickered... read more »

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19 March 2018
Many home suffer from high humidity at one point of the year and this you should learn how to get this resolved today... read more »
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