What Society Can Learn From The Liberation of Auschwitz, 75 Years Later
Written as part of a project for the Holocaust Educational Trust after a visit to the Auschwitz concentration camps in Poland,
this article reflects on the historical lesson of Auschwitz on the 75th anniversary of VE Day.
The Paralysed President, Franklin D. Roosevelt (1882-1945)
Written for the University of Sheffield's student 'New Histories' digital magazine under the theme of 'disability in history',
this article explores the achievements of American President Franklin D. Roosevelt and how his disability shaped his life and successes.
Why You Should Read David Attenborough's Witness Statement
Climate change is the most significant threat humanity currently faces. In his latest book, what does the greatest living naturalist say we should do to prevent it?
Boris May Have Left Downing Street, But He Hasn’t Left Our TV Screens
As if we hadn't already had enough of Boris Johnson, the Prime Minister ousted by his own government
is set to return to our screens this Autumn in a TV series chronicling his first year in office and
handling of the Covid-19 Pandemic. Written for Forge Press, Sheffield.