Manchester Historian

Student newspaper for the University of Manchester's History Department

Sunday 23rd July 2017 | Manchester, UK

Marilyn Monroe

Marilyn Monroe

Marilyn Monroe is undoubtedly one of the most famous actresses to have graced the screens of the United States and the world. Renowned for her beauty and artistic talent Monroe More »

‘Empire Made Me’; Book Review

‘Empire Made Me’; Book Review

‘I too am a creature of the empire world.’ The opening sentence of the last chapter initially sounds like a reluctant admission by the author, yet is there anyone who More »

Motown: Its True Impact on the Civil Rights Movement

Motown: Its True Impact on the Civil Rights Movement

For almost 60 years Tamla Motown hasproved that black soul and R&Bis universally popular. In Britain, this was especially true with its re-emergence in the 1980sas the Northern Soul Youth More »

Dim Sum- the Original Brunch

Dim Sum- the Original Brunch

Hargau (steamed shrimp dumplings), lo baakgou (turnip cake), paigwut (steamed ribs); these are a few examples of the much loved dim sum that has become recognised, and eaten across the More »

Interview with Tim Butcher

Interview with Tim Butcher

Although his credentials relate to journalism, there is certainly a historian at the heart of Tim Butcher. His travel adventures chronicled in Blood River and Chasing The Devil, explore the More »