Manchester Historian

Student newspaper for the University of Manchester's History Department

Monday 29th May 2017 | Manchester, UK

‘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 »

Professor Tout

Professor Tout

Pioneer of the Manchester History School, renowned medievalist, creator of modern historical techniques, esteemed professor, friend; there is no doubt that Professor Thomas Frederick Tout was all of the above. More »