H&P historians reflect on the process of historical research and writing, what they discovered and the relevance of their findings for policy - whether at international, national or local levels.
Angus Winchester, Senior Lecturer at Lancaster University, charts his journey through the medieval and early modern land use of upland northern England to debates about the sustainable management of common land in the 21st century.
Dr Shihan de Silva Jayasuriya, Senior Fellow at the Institute of Commonwealth Studies in London, talks about the context for her new book The African Diaspora in Asian Trade Routes and Cultural Memories - and how she went about compiling the information behind it.
Dr Matthew Smith, Wellcome Trust Research Fellow Centre for the Social History of Health and Healthcare University of Strathclyde, talks about his upcoming book An Alternative History of Hyperactivity - explaining why the argument matters and what it means for future health policy.
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