Manchester Historian

Student newspaper for the University of Manchester's History Department

Sunday 28th May 2017 | Manchester, UK

Araddhna Patel

Editor 2016/17
Peer Mentoring Scheme

Peer Mentoring Scheme

As the second term is well underway, Peer Support is now recruiting for mentors for the next academic year. The Peer Mentor scheme offers first years support and advice from More »

A Note From The Editors

With only a few weeks to go until the Easter holidays, we’re all trying to keep our heads up and smile through the pain of writing a million essays. The More »

Your Careers Update!

Your Careers Update!

The countdown to Easter is now officially on, which is great news for all those stressed-out students. It’s really important to be thinking about careers now, especially if you are More »

A History of the Māori People: Indigenous Arrivals Between 1250 - 1300 and Settlement in New Zealand

A History of the Māori People: Indigenous Arrivals Between 1250 – 1300 and Settlement in New Zealand

The Māori are the native Polynesian people of New Zealand. The ancestors of the Māori originated from south-east Asia. Some historians trace these early settlers as migrating from today’s China. More »

Abolition Of Widow Immolation In India

Abolition Of Widow Immolation In India

Sati is a Hindu funerary custom where a widow immolates herself on her husband’s funeral pyre or commits suicide in another manner shortly after her husband’s death. The now-obsolete act More »