This week, the University of Sheffield is hosting three History-related events as part of the In the City festival. Tonight, at St. George’s Church Lecture Theatre, John Grindrod will be talking about his new book
On 28 March 1939 the Nationalist forces of General Francisco Franco marched into Madrid, two-and-a-half years after the siege of the city began. Four days later the Spanish Civil War was officially over, marked by
On 4 November, as part of Sheffield HSTSOC’s Remembrance Week, academic, public historian and broadcaster Helen Weinstein chaired a panel discussion of historians from the University of Sheffield on the significance of anniversaries and centenaries.
University of Sheffield historians Catherine Fletcher and Andrew Heath talk about Sheffield’s iconic Park Hill flats, shortlisted for the 2013 Stirling Prize for architecture the results of which will be announced on 26 September. What
Universities today are constantly finding new and exciting ways of engaging with the world beyond the campus. Overall, new impetus to work with partners outside the university and members of the public is a good