The word “revolution” is a human tool. At any point in time, its meaning has shifted to accommodate those wielding it. The Age of Revolutions blog is a snapshot of the most up to date humanities research on the topic of revolution, surveying the changes in revolution history as well as revolutions themselves and encouraging comparative study. You can also find reading lists suggestions and explore the concept of social as well as political revolution. It’s great for experiencing high level historical research, as well as seeing how historiographical debate has developed in the 21st century.
You might like these …
The Washington Post’s Presidential podcast explores how each former American president reached office, made decisions, handled crises and redefined the...Read more
Words for Time Travellers
Travel back in time and explore the changing nature of the English Language. From Beowulf and the Anglo Saxons, through...Read more