The 2010 History Newsletter is now available, covering the research carried out by historians at the University of Bradford in the past year. Special Collections is well represented by an article by Helen Roberts about the PaxCat Project, and a feature about the recent Darwin conference. The newsletter also includes John Jackson on schools in 19th century Bradford, and Dr Martyn Housden on Hitler’s would-be assassin, plus lots of news about our staff and students of history.
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