28
Mar
2019

Past Prologue March 2019

Finn Pollard and the Past Prologue team consider the history of political party splits and divisions in another timely episode of the Past Prologue Podcast series.

28
Mar
2019

The Medieval Podcast Vol 1

Renee Ward and her students host the first in an exciting new podcast series which brings a contemporary focus to the Medieval period -focussing this time on Chaucer and the annual Medieval week at the University of Lincoln.

6
Dec
2018

Past Prologue Nov 2018

The latest edition of past prologue focusses on the changing nature of anonymity in the US political reporting environment with Tom Bishop, Jonathan Fitzgibbons, Jason Whittaker and Finn Pollard.

4
Jul
2018

Past Prologue July 2018

Archaeology is the underlying (!) theme for the latest edition of Past Prologue with Finn Pollard, Lacey Wallace, Katherine Fennelly and Mark Gardiner.

4
May
2018

Past Prologue Vol 13 Strikes and Labour Relations

Finn Pollard welcomes Samantha Shave and Philippa Hoskin to the latest forensic appraisal of events past connsidered from the present.

22
Mar
2018

Past Prologue March 2018

Finn Pollard, Renee Ward, Andrew Elliot and Asa Mittman reflect on Christian Maps and Medieval Monsters in a specially themed Medieval Week Past Prologue episode.

22
Feb
2018

Past Prologue Vol 11- Transitional States

Accompanying the current pioneering LBGT month of exhibitions and events at the University of Lincoln, Finn Pollard welcomes Chiara Beccalossi, Chris O`Rourke and Paulina to the February exploration of how the events of history resonate with the present.

25
Jan
2018

Past Prologue Vol 10 Royal Weddings and Celebrity

Finn Pollard, Edward Owens and Antonella Liuzzo Scorpo reflect on recent Royal wedding announcements through the lens of modernity and medievalists.

7
Dec
2017

Past Prologue Vol 9

Finn Pollard, David Hughes and Darren Harris-Fain reflect on the political state of play and more in the USA one year on from the last Presidential election.

1
Nov
2017

Past Prologue Nov 2017

Finn Pollard, James Greenhalgh and Adam Page discuss previous examples of town/urban planning in the shadow of the recent Grenville Tower disaster.