How will history remember Euro 2020?
Has the dust settled yet from the events of the final of the European Championships? If you’re an England...Continue reading
The Use of History in Football
You’ll most likely love this time of year if you’re a football fan, or you’ll hate it if you’re...Continue reading
Five Museums on the Move: Planes, Trains and Automobiles
As I was putting together my last blog for History Indoors, ‘5 Museums Not To Miss This Summer!’, I...Continue reading
War and Music
(Please be aware of upsetting content) When it comes to reflecting on war, we are all familiar with art,...Continue reading
5 Museums Not To Miss This Summer!
As museums start to reopen after months of lockdown, I’ve put together a list of amazing, inspiring, and fascinating...Continue reading
Video Gaming Historians: Taoubh cuideachd!
As a historian studying historical video games, I get one of two reactions when I tell people what I’m...Continue reading
Celebrating 1 Year of History Indoors!
This week marks the celebration of the 1st Birthday of History Indoors. It seems only yesterday that Michael kicked...Continue reading
Should local artefacts be preserved in local museums?
Ah, the museum. To some, an afternoon in one is worse than watching paint dry. For many a history...Continue reading
Is the colon overused in historical titles?
No, I don’t mean the organ in our bodies. I mean the : in historical writings. What I’m about...Continue reading
Should historical TV dramas come with a warning label that they may include fictitious content?
I skirted around this question in my last blog. There I argued the benefits of historical TV dramas in...Continue reading