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Teaching new perspectives on twentieth century German history at GCSE and A-Level

Investigating overlooked aspects of pre-1945 Germany leads to new approaches to History teaching

The historic role of women in the countryside

Dr Verdon highlights the importance of women as farmers and labourers in the 19th and 20th century

Staff profiles

Chris Hopkins

I am Professor of English Studies and Head of the Humanities Research Centre and my teaching and research interests are mainly in twentieth-century literature


The Hallam buildings that became a WW1 hospital

When war broke out, parts of what is now Collegiate Campus were requisitioned - and together they treated over 64,000 wounded soldiers

Politics and society

Chris Hopkins and Erica Brown – English popular fiction 1900–1950 and the reading public

Sheffield Hallam University's special collection of 1,000 early editions of popular novels from 1900-1950, in partnership with the Middlebrow Network

Staff profiles

Dr Henry Bell

I am an academic and practitioner specialising in Applied Theatre, Actor Training, Creative Writing, Theatre-in-the-Round, Early Modern Drama, Theatre and Phenomenology and Creative Industries Employability pedagogy


Frankenstein at 200: Why reading the original is still essential

It has become a titan of modern folklore, but if you stick to popular retellings you can miss the nuances, says Hallam lecturer Mary Peace


WW1 Centenary: unpicking the tangled reasons for Britain's war

Britain made mistakes during the First World War, but joining the conflict was not one of them. Professor Bruce Collins explains why challenging the Central Powers was essential

Politics and society
Staff profiles

Marie-Cecile Thoral

I joined Sheffield Hallam in October 2010 after having been a temporary lecturer in France, at the University of Grenoble (2004-2006), a post-doctoral research fellow at the University of York (2006-2008) and a senior lecturer in modern history at the University of Coventry (2008-2010).

Remembering early women activists

Historical research underpins new plans to commemorate nineteenth-century feminists


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