Popular links in archived tweets tagged #twitterstorians, since 4 April 2015. (Only links tweeted at least 3 times are included.)
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Photographer Trica Porter gained unprecedented access to homes in Toxteth, despite being warned to stay away
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From Shannon Selin
On Easter Sunday 1792 in Corsica, a quarrel between children erupted into a gunfight that pitted Napoleon against the residents of his hometown of Ajaccio.
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Alun Withey - the story of the domestic razor and the changing fortunes of the barbershop
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From Imperial & Global Forum
Marc-William Palen History Department, University of Exeter Follow on Twitter @MWPalen From the global war for sand to Russia's Scramble for Africa, here are this week's top picks in imperial and g...
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From George Campbell Gosling
I arrived at the coach station early, thanks to the excellent fool-proof map a good friend drew me. So I took the opportunity to enjoy a Chai Latte and jot down a few thoughts on the past three day...
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H&P is a unique collaboration between Kings College London and the University of Cambridge. A network of 500+ historians who engage with policy makers and the media.
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From Coalition for Western Women's History
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Fredrik Petersson Åbo Akademi University Russian State University for the Humanities (RGGU), Moscow In 1927, the “First International Congress against Imperialism and Colonialism” convened in Bruss...
From Dr Charlotte Mathieson
The deadline for the Feminist and Women's Studies Association annual essay prize is Friday 1st May 2015; the prize is open to students at a British or Irish University and full details are availabl...
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From BBC iPlayer
A look at the history of Irish Colleges across Europe in the 16th and 17th centuries.
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