Historians at York are committed and passionate about communicating their research to benefit the wider world through education, health, policy, and culture.
Dr Gerard McCann was invited to Washington D.C. to give an expert briefing on 'Sub-Saharan Africa’s Indian diaspora'.
Interview with Suzanne Rappaport-Ripton; her escape from the Nazis to the disappearance of her parents.
University of York's History Department, becomes WHO Collaborating Centre for Global Health Histories.
The first dedicated House of Commons chamber, destroyed in a 1834 fire, has been digitally reconstructed.
Dr Hannah Greig examines the women who jostled for the attention of the eccentric Queen Anne.
Discover Dr David Moon’s research on the rural world of Russia, which led him to consult on a History Channel documentary.
Public understanding of the past
The Department of History has established the Institute for the Public Understanding of the Past (IPUP). IPUP seeks to promote partnerships and consultancies between archives, museums, galleries, heritage and the media, and to create interdisciplinary links between researchers, practitioners and audiences within and without the University.