History and Philosophy research
Impacted podcast: Professor Lucy Robinson on why students are still political
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In the newest episode of our podcast series about research for real change, we speak to Lucy Robinson, Professor of Collaborative History at Sussex. She explains why assumptions about today's students being politically disengaged are incorrect – and why the existing narrative around youth culture needs to change.
In the wake of recent political changes, Clive Webb, Professor of Modern American History, assesses whether the UK and the US will remain best buddies.
Matthew Dimmock, Professor of Early Modern Studies, says the Quran was a best-seller in 17th-century England.
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