This blog showcases the work that our MCPHH colleagues and friends are involved in.
We want the blog to be something of interest and enjoyment, and encourage participation from those undertaking public history and/or heritage projects both in Manchester and its regions and beyond.
If you have something to write about, we would love to hear from you. Do get in touch with Haseeb Khan at email@example.com.
The latest pieces are available for access below. Make sure to also look at our Blog Archive for hours worth of reading material. You can view that here.
Now Hear Then: Stockport heritage Study Using Augmented Reality as a Research Tool – Suzie Cloves
National Saturday Club & Manchester Metropolitan University’s ‘Society and Change Club’ – Dr Marie Molloy
Searching for the Nineteenth-Century Manchester Man – Michelle D. Ravenscroft
Who is Frank Patterson? – Caitlyn Harrison
An Evening with Mrs Terrell and Friends – Scarlett Duffill Haddon and Imogen Sahni
Women’s Football Coaching as a Cultural Heritage – Jodie Neville
‘Before and After: Manchester’s buildings evolution from the Cotton Industry to the 21st Century’ – Ellie Walker
Woman and Domestic Photography – Lilly Hilton
The English country parsonage – Professor Jon Stobart
Towns and cities, when countries go to war – Dr Catherine Danks
Manchester Streets and the Victorian Pioneers Who Made Their Mark – Ellie Andrews
Victorian Schools League Tables: The Public School Record 1886-1900 – Andy Carter
What did the Georgians do in their gardens? – Helen Brown
History, historians, and the French presidential elections – Dr Chris Millington
The Appropriation and Weaponisation of the Crusades in the Modern Era – Dr Jason T. Roche
Becoming a popular history writer: Post PhD (Part 2) – Dr Owen Rees
Becoming a popular history writer: Pre-PhD (Part 1) – Dr Owen Rees