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Dr. Hannah Awcock
Historical and urban geographer interested in protest in London, amongst other things. Lecturer in Human Geography at the University of Central Lancashire.
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Dr Venice Laura Oct 20
Wish I could be at the today. Very happy to have someone marching for me - thanks
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Stef Dickers Oct 19
For those March for the Future tomorrow! Keep those placards, flyers, digital photos and ephemera and archive them in ! Drop us a line at library@bishopsgate.org.uk
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Dr. Hannah Awcock Oct 18
"I never liked Geography at school"
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Dr. Hannah Awcock Oct 18
Just finished the first committee meeting of as an official research group. Loads of great ideas and suggestions being discussed, watch this space...
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Dr. Hannah Awcock Oct 17
Book Review: London Fog- The Biography
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Dr. Hannah Awcock Oct 17
Fantastic news, although it's worrying that it got this far in the first place: Fracking protesters walk free after court quashes 'excessive' sentences
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UCU Oct 16
Today college staff, students and leaders are heading to Westminster to demand fair funding and fair pay in education. March forms up Waterloo Place from 12.15 - see you there!
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Manchester Histories Oct 16
Manchester Histories and People’s History Museum are thrilled to announce they have been awarded a £181,900 National Lottery grant towards delivering a programme of work commemorating the bicentenary of Peterloo in Greater Manchester in 2019.
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Dr. Hannah Awcock Oct 16
Action photo of me telling sixth form students how wonderful Geography is!
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English Radical History Oct 14
“I shall be a militant to the end of my days.” Teresa Billington-Greig, suffragette and women’s rights campaigner, was born 1877. Billington-Greig opposed the autocratic methods of the Pankhursts and left the WSPU in 1907 to found the Women’s Freedom League.
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Simon Kuestenmacher Oct 8
This of "every European city" by is too funny and will surely be an instant classic! The pigeon owned central station and the dystopian block housing deserve a special mention!
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Dr. Hannah Awcock Oct 10
Turbulent Londoners: Helen Taylor, 1831-1907
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Dr. Hannah Awcock Oct 8
Really enjoyed being part of this group as it's grown and developed. Onwards and upwards!
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Dr. Hannah Awcock Oct 7
Bark if you want to stop Brexit: Wooferendum – in pictures
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Dr. Hannah Awcock Oct 6
Cant believe I missed this today! Protesters march in Preston for jailed anti-fracking activists
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Dr. Hannah Awcock Oct 6
If you're in London and you haven't seen this yet, get yourself down to Parliament!
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English Radical History Oct 5
1936: the Jarrow Crusade begins as 200 men from Jarrow set out on a 300-mile journey to Parliament to request the re-establishment of industry in the town following the closure of its main employer, Palmer’s shipyard, which had left 10,000 people out of work.
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Dr. Hannah Awcock Oct 4
On This Day, 1936: The Battle of Cable Street
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Dr. Hannah Awcock Oct 1
Power to the People - the Black Panthers by photographer Stephen Shames
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