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EXPERT COMMENT: Can King’s vision overcome Trump’s vitriol?

EXPERT COMMENT: Can King’s vision overcome Trump’s vitriol?

Press Releases   •   Nov 17, 2016 12:26 GMT

​Brian Ward, Professor in American Studies in the Department of Humanities at Northumbria, writes about Martin Luther King Jr and Donald Trump for The Fabian Society.

EXPERT COMMENT: Trump is an avowed sinner – so why did American evangelicals vote for him?

EXPERT COMMENT: Trump is an avowed sinner – so why did American evangelicals vote for him?

Press Releases   •   Nov 11, 2016 15:26 GMT

Randall Stephens, Reader in History and American Studies at Northumbria, writes about the US Election for The Conversation.

EXPERT COMMENT: “A new reality of uncertainty and anxiety”: Reactions to the 2016 US Election

EXPERT COMMENT: “A new reality of uncertainty and anxiety”: Reactions to the 2016 US Election

Press Releases   •   Nov 10, 2016 16:19 GMT

Dr Randall J Stephens, Reader and Associate Professor of History and American Studies, gives his views on Donald Trump’s shock US Election victory.

EXPERT COMMENT: Goth, steampunk and the state of subculture today

EXPERT COMMENT: Goth, steampunk and the state of subculture today

Press Releases   •   Nov 10, 2016 11:28 GMT

​Claire Nally, Senior Lecturer in Twentieth-Century English Literature at Northumbria, writes about subculture for The Conversation.

Election Day is the perfect time to learn more about America

Election Day is the perfect time to learn more about America

Press Releases   •   Nov 08, 2016 15:08 GMT

​While the world holds its breath ahead of the dramatic result of the US election, thousands of online students are learning more about America thanks to Northumbria University’s first ever MOOC (Massive Online Open Course).

Discover the American South from home with new online course

Discover the American South from home with new online course

Press Releases   •   Sep 30, 2016 16:39 BST

​Northumbria University will launch its first ever MOOC (Massive Online Open Course) on October 31 – with more than 4,000 students already signed up.

Reflections of Newcastle

Reflections of Newcastle

Press Releases   •   Jun 22, 2016 11:10 BST

​Northumbria academics and students have recently helped bring the Newcastle of 1914 back to life in a unique digital project to mark the First World War centenary.

EXPERT COMMENT: Mood around immigration has made Britain a nastier place

EXPERT COMMENT: Mood around immigration has made Britain a nastier place

Press Releases   •   Jun 21, 2016 15:46 BST

​Tanja Bueltmann, Reader in History at Northumbria University, comments on immigration for The Conversation.

COMMENT: Embracing the ‘silent majority’ – Donald Trump brings back the worst of 1960s America

COMMENT: Embracing the ‘silent majority’ – Donald Trump brings back the worst of 1960s America

Press Releases   •   Apr 25, 2016 14:27 BST

​Randall J Stephens, Reader in History (American Studies) at Northumbria, writes about American politics for The Conversation.

COMMENT: Sounds presidential: 2016’s candidates are struggling with campaign songs

COMMENT: Sounds presidential: 2016’s candidates are struggling with campaign songs

Press Releases   •   Mar 18, 2016 11:26 GMT

Brian Ward, Professor in American Studies at Northumbria University, writes about songs of the US election for The Conversation.

COMMENT: Trump crushes Rubio, but fails to shut down the race

COMMENT: Trump crushes Rubio, but fails to shut down the race

Press Releases   •   Mar 16, 2016 14:41 GMT

Michael Patrick Cullinane, Reader in US History at Northumbria, writes about American politics for The Conversation.

COMMENT: Fromelles: Australia picks a fresh fight with Britain over a 100-year-old battle

COMMENT: Fromelles: Australia picks a fresh fight with Britain over a 100-year-old battle

Press Releases   •   Feb 10, 2016 12:04 GMT

James McConnel, Reader in History at Northumbria, writes about the battle of Fromelles for The Conversation.

COMMENT: Why the US presidential primary system is no way to run a democracy

COMMENT: Why the US presidential primary system is no way to run a democracy

Press Releases   •   Feb 05, 2016 13:56 GMT

​Michael Patrick Cullinane, Reader in US History at Northumbria, writes about American politics for The Conversation.

COMMENT: Ted Cruz, human dog whistle: Evangelicals — those “courageous conservatives” — know exactly what he is talking about

COMMENT: Ted Cruz, human dog whistle: Evangelicals — those “courageous conservatives” — know exactly what he is talking about

Press Releases   •   Feb 03, 2016 16:49 GMT

Randall J Stephens, Reader in History (American Studies) at Northumbria, writes about Ted Cruz for The Salon.

One week left to enter the Northern Writers’ Awards

One week left to enter the Northern Writers’ Awards

Press Releases   •   Jan 28, 2016 09:59 GMT

​Writers based in the North of England have one week left to enter the Northern Writers’ Awards 2016.

COMMENT: Trump and Palin exist in an alternative universe of knowledge denial

COMMENT: Trump and Palin exist in an alternative universe of knowledge denial

Press Releases   •   Jan 21, 2016 14:09 GMT

​Dr Randall J Stephens, Reader in History and American Studies at Northumbria University, explains why Donald Trump and Sarah Palin exist in an alternative universe of knowledge denial. Originally published in The Independent.

Lighting the fuse for economic growth

Lighting the fuse for economic growth

Press Releases   •   Jan 20, 2016 14:28 GMT

​A major new project is being launched to explore how the creative, digital and IT (CDIT) sector in the North East can be developed in order to play a leading role in the region’s economy.

 Exclusive award seeks to find next literary star from Northumbria

Exclusive award seeks to find next literary star from Northumbria

Press Releases   •   Jan 12, 2016 14:16 GMT

​Northumbria’s final year students and alumni have the chance to show their literary promise this month.

The Northern Writers Awards 2016 are now open

The Northern Writers Awards 2016 are now open

Press Releases   •   Dec 03, 2015 11:55 GMT

​Writers based in the North of England are now able to apply for £40,000 worth of support through the Northern Writers’ Awards 2016.

 COMMENT: The Last Witch Hunter: why modern visions of witches don’t conjure up reality

COMMENT: The Last Witch Hunter: why modern visions of witches don’t conjure up reality

Press Releases   •   Nov 16, 2015 14:30 GMT

​Claire Nally, Senior Lecturer in Twentieth-Century English Literature at Northumbria University, comments on witch trials for The Conversation.