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Black history in schools continues to be increasingly vital, as decolonising education and improving representation gives students a broader, more honest curriculum delving into systemic inequality.
Black British history is a key part of the thriving cultural hub that is the UK today, yet this vital part of our country’s story is little known.
Daniel Scarborough from Nazarbayev University examines why it is important to study history.
What can we learn from the discovery of hundreds of ancient footprints belonging to animals and humans on a Merseyside beach?
American gun ownership trends in the present day can be historically tied to the number of people who were enslaved in U.S. counties in 1860 Researchers have found a correlation between US locations with higher percentages of enslaved people in 1860 and the more guns its residents in those areas...
Last weekend’s Commonwealth Esports Championships marked yet another milestone for the world of competitive video gaming.
Famine and disease were the catalyst for the evolution of lactose tolerance in Europe, and explain why others are lactose intolerant.
The discovery of a giant new dinosaur may explain why the T-Rex and so many other prehistoric meat-eaters had such tiny arms.
Poisons have also been wielded as tools of assassination or intimidation in quests for political and/or financial gain and crimes of passion. Here, we provide a brief review of (in)famous poisonings from ancient to modern human history.