The Cockcroft Rutherford Lecture with Professor David Olusoga OBE
History is under attack – statues have fallen, and once hidden histories are becoming public. Why has history, particularly of empire and slavery, become so controversial and political? How are historians to navigate a new phase of Britain’s culture war?
Watch this Cockcroft Rutherford Lecture with David Olusoga, Professor of Public History at The University of Manchester, on the topic of The New History Wars.
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