Humanities

Religions - Jul 23
Mother Teresa's life and the history of Albania - especially its people's relationship with Roman Catholicism - are intertwined, with the humanitarian icon epitomising her nation's cultural and spiritual DNA, the new study Mother Teresa: The Saint and Her Nation reveals.
History - Jul 7
History

Archaeologists from Cardiff University and the University of Sheffield have combined the latest scientific methods to offer new insights into life during the Norman Conquest of England.

History - Jun 16

A new report by the charity Waterloo Uncovered reveals how archaeological work on the battlefield of Waterloo is helping Veterans and Serving Military Personnel with recovery from some of the mental and physical impacts of their service.

History - Jun 30
History

A new study has shown that golden and white-tailed eagles were widespread and common throughout historic Wales.

History - Jun 10
History

The earliest playhouse in London may have been discovered at a site in Whitechapel, by a team of archaeologists from UCL.


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