April 27, 2020

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She is a world-respected expert in nineteenth-century Indian railways and has taught at Salisbury University in Maryland, SOAS, and Goldsmiths. But she is also mother to a daughter in nursery and an adult with bills to pay. Her...

March 1, 2020

Welcome to the last episode of InQuire’s History of Canterbury. After six episodes and two thousand years, there’s only one century and 1,400 words to go until you can forget you ever read them. This last episode looks at Canterbury in the twentieth century, where it e...

February 14, 2020

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Given that there was only one candidate, the VP Postgraduate Experience debate was less of a de...

February 12, 2020

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Traditionally, Student Engagement VPs have been big characters; people who are popular and are e...

January 7, 2020

It’s the 1600s. After a chaotic Tudor century, the Scottish Stuart family are now in control. Canterbury was as multicultural as it is now, with over a third of the population made up of French and Dutch Protestant refugees. Given that its monastery had been destroyed...

November 29, 2019

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“Wait, what?”

That was my reaction and the reaction of countless other students on 11 May...

October 15, 2019

It’s the 1500s. After centuries of disease, invasion and several burnt cathedrals, Canterbury is back as a top-ranking English city; populous, rich and still a prime location for pilgrims from all over Europe. At the centre of all this was the cathedral (still in one p...

October 14, 2019

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On Sunday 22 September at the Labour Party Conference, Angela Rayner, Shadow E...

October 1, 2019

Welcome to episode four of InQuire’s History of Canterbury. Previously, we showed how the dramatic death of Archbishop Becket in 1170 changed Canterbury’s history forever and turned it into a European religious centre. This episode explores the rest of Canterbury’s med...

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