Manchester Historian

Student newspaper for the University of Manchester's History department

Friday 31st October 2014 | Manchester, UK

Halloween: A History

  • Halloween: A History

    ‘[Halloween] is thought to be a night when witches, devils, and other mischief-making beings are abroad on their baneful midnight errands; particularly those aerial people, the fairies, are said on More »

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Women in History

  • The Suffragette Split

    The Suffragette Split
    The Pankhurst family were crucial to the Suffragette movement in the early 20th Century. The Women’s Social and Political Union (WSPU) was founded in Manchester, Pankhurst’s hometown, prior to World More »

  • Women in WW1

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  • Careers Column

    Careers Column
    Throughout this year there will be a vast amount of careers events run by the careers service, which any of you may attend. These events are course based, aimed at More »

  • Hist Soc Update

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