Celebrated philosopher A C Grayling examines the contemporary problems of democracy and presents his case for how to fix them.
This talk explores what it was like to live through a time of terrifying violence, religious fervour and radical politics.
This talk explores Walter Greenwood's neglected 1944 sequel novel, casts new light on the book’s censorship and looks at how Greenwood supported the People’s War and the welfare state.
The history of Britain is presented through 21 women whose lives intrigue and inspire.
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SOLD OUT: The Levellers are central to the history of British democracy. This thrilling new narrative brings to life the people who struggled for their rights in the 1640s.
On the centenary of the Russian Revolution, Tariq Ali paints an illuminating portrait of Vladimir Ilyich Lenin, leader of the 1917 uprising.
The Stories of Activism team invites you to an informal drop-in session. Learn about Sheffield’s rich and diverse history of activism and how you can contribute to the project’s growing archive.
Reds sets the romance between journalists Louise Bryant and John Reed against the backdrop of radical politics during the early 20th century, culminating in the 1917 October Revolution.
SOLD OUT: In May 1381, King Richard felt secure in his God-given right to reign. But then a vast force of common people invaded London demanding freedom and equality.