Sex, Lives and History Books

Alumna Dr Louise Foxcroft (LCC, 1992, 2000) discusses how a feminist approach to history can bring a new perspective to women's lives

The Shadow of War

Lucy empowers Alumna Ingrid Dixon (LCC, 1992) to pursue the complexities of a family history

Life after Lucy: Helen Gibson

A Lucy alumna and her passion for historic buildings

Life After Lucy: Gill Heyworth

Archaeology, anthropology, travel - and politics, by alumna Gill Heyworth (LCC, 1981)

RIP, TEAR, AND SHRED: Higher Education in the United States in the era of Donald Trump

Dr Barbara Wittman, alumna (1976) and Former Visiting Scholar (2011) offers a personal view on the state of affairs in President Trump's America.

Dr Angela Morecroft: Vitaliano Donati and his Egyptian Adventures

How a polymath from Padua brought Egyptology to Turin

Four crews compete at Pembroke Regatta for HHLCCBC

Brilliant performance by the boat club last weekend at Pembroke Regatta

The Art of the Children’s Book event is a sell-out success

Almost 60 people gathered to discuss illustrations in children's literature

Alumna Tamsin Wimhurst discovers The David Parr House

Tamsin Wimhurst (MSt History, 2005) stumbled across an incredible local history project, which quickly started to take over her life.

Rowing off the Cam at the Bedford Head

For many of our rowers, last weekend was the first opportunity to race on a different river.