Clio50

Clio50 is an online magazine featuring writings by people of the History Department. 

The editor, Sarah Barber, knocks on the (electronic) doors of the people in the department, soliciting pieces that range from highlights of their own research and public activities to personal blog entries to off-the-beaten-track activities.

No. 3 (Winter-Spring 2015)

In this issue:

The roots of our liberties; talking to terrorists; the problem with Ukraine; villas for the people; representing the Mayans; studying history.

 

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No. 2 (Summer-Autumn 2014)

In this issue:

The lunar society; islands in the sun; the next generation of historians; war heroes; in praise of solitude; the region’s heritage and the tourist tradition; and something completely different...

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No. 1 (Winter-Spring 2014)

In this issue:

Digital Lakes; Richard Who?, commemorating the First World War; the typeface of choice; a Portuguese in Barrow; find the wall; the persistence of poverty; could you manage a pudding?

 

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