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...

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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...

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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...

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War and Music

(Please be aware of upsetting content) When it comes to reflecting on war, we are all familiar with art,...

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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...

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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...

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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...

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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...

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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...

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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...

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