Tag Archives: Undergraduate research

Episode 5: Mark Stoyle on Cannibals, Witches, and the English Civil War

mjs.jpg_SIA_JPG_fit_to_width_INLINEDissertations are almost due and final papers loom, but everyone needs a break sometimes. To help you out, we’re pleased to offer this episode of¬†Southampton History Speaks!¬†In this episode you can listen to Mark Stoyle¬†talk to Rachel Herrmann about¬†his work on cannibals, witches, the English Civil War, and Exeter’s aqueducts. Continue reading Episode 5: Mark Stoyle on Cannibals, Witches, and the English Civil War

Episode 4: Maria Hayward on Tudor and Stuart Material Culture

maria_hayward.jpg_SIA_JPG_fit_to_width_INLINEAs the semester gets underway, we’re pleased to offer this new episode of¬†Southampton History Speaks!¬†In this episode you can listen to Maria Hayward¬†talk to Rachel Herrmann about¬†the clothing of Charles II and Henry VIII, how early modern males turn our ideas of accessorizing upside down, and about what sorts of material culture students can use in their own research and writing. Continue reading Episode 4: Maria Hayward on Tudor and Stuart Material Culture

Episode 2: Christopher Fuller on the War on Terror

Dr Chris Fuller
Dr Chris Fuller

Just in time for the start of the school year is our second episode of Southampton History Speaks. In this episode you’ll hear Dr Chris Fuller, Lecturer in Modern History, speak with Rachel Herrmann¬†about the September 11th attacks, the War on Terror, the rise of drone technology, and a different sort of history research. Continue reading Episode 2: Christopher Fuller on the War on Terror