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Women in mathematics: The history behind the gender gap article icon

Science, Maths & Technology 

Women in mathematics: The history behind the gender gap

The belief women were not capable of doing serious mathematics proved extremely hard to shift. Dr June Barrow-Green looks at the challenges and successes of women in mathematics.

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What do you know about the gender gap in maths? activity icon

Science, Maths & Technology 

What do you know about the gender gap in maths?

Mathematics can be hard enough without having to face any additional challenges. Discover what issues women have had to overcome to gain equality.

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What was the impact of 'Spanish flu' on the armistice? article icon

History & The Arts 

What was the impact of 'Spanish flu' on the armistice?

Flu claimed a number of lives as the First World War was ending. This article taken from our Timewatch series explores how devestating the influenza outbreak really was...

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Why do we have a two minutes’ silence on 11th November? article icon

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Why do we have a two minutes’ silence on 11th November?

Have you ever wondered where the two minutes' silence originated? Has the practice stayed unchanged since 1919? Find out here...

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The Experience and Memory of 11 November 1918

Were the British people as jubilant as some newspapers depict on the day of the Armistice in 1918? Vincent Trott explores the mixed feelings at the end of the First World War. 

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The Armistice in Fiction: Ford Madox Ford’s Parade’s End article icon

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The Armistice in Fiction: Ford Madox Ford’s Parade’s End

How are celebration, silence and ambiguity used to depict the armistice in A Man Could Stand Up - volume 3 of Parade’s End by Ford Madox Ford?

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Society, Politics & Law 

Shopping for citizenship: A conversation at the Citizenshop

Nele Vos’s interactive installation, The Citizenshop, is also part of the ‘Who Are We?’ project at Tate Exchange. Agnes asked Nele what kinds of issues The Citizenshop was meant to highlight.

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10 mins
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History & The Arts 

Happy birthday Roald Dahl

September 13th is author Roald Dahl's birthday. Find out more about one of the most whoopsy wiffling storytellers and learn how to start writing in our gloriumptious hub.

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Society, Politics & Law 

The sharing economy

How sharing and caring is the sharing economy? Petr Jehlička takes a critical look at the booming sector and traces its hidden connections and contradictions.

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History & The Arts 

Recording music and sound

This free course, Recording music and sound, provides an historical introduction to music and sound recording in the creative industries and offers some guidance about making your own recordings. Many of the processes that have been developed and the issues that have been raised in the first 150 years of recording are still relevant today, and a solid grounding in them will help you understand the wide range of recording techniques currently in use.

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8 hrs
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History & The Arts

Recording music and sound

This free course, Recording music and sound, provides an historical introduction to music and sound recording in the creative industries and offers some guidance about making your own recordings. Many of the processes that have been developed and the issues that have been raised in the first 150 years of recording are still relevant today, and a solid grounding in them will help you understand the wide range of recording techniques currently in use.

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Recording music and sound

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How did Aretha Franklin inspire the civil rights movement? video icon

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How did Aretha Franklin inspire the civil rights movement?

Aretha Franklin's death last week saw the loss not just of a sublime singer, but also one of key figures in the US Civil Rights movement. Leah Kardos pays tribute.

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