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Wem & Myddle, then and again

Peter Edwards highlights the richness that eye-witness accounts can bring to the field of local history in this review of two works tracing the ‘relationship between market towns and their rural hinterlands’.

Empire and epidemic

Amina Marzouk Chouchene looks at two histories of imperial policy and colonial reactions and where they intersect.

How the West Was Drawn

Dr Evan Rothera reviews this challenging re-analysis of the role of Native Americans in the mapping of the western United States.