Issue 36 is here! While unfortunately we cannot celebrate the launch of the last issue of the year as we would have liked, you can still enjoy it at https://issuu.com/manchesterhistorian/docs/manchester_historian_36
This issue focusses on Ideology and Faith. Ideologies, religions and cultures have always shaped the way we understand the world, and today, as corona virus dramatically reshapes our understanding of society, is no different. This issue, we have articles ranging from the legacies of James Baldwin and Mary Wolstonecraft, to an examination of Zionism and Israeli identity, utopian visions of socialism, Jihadism, and environmentalism. We also have an interview with Katherine Clements, SALC’s very own Royal Literary Fund Writing Fellow, and author of historic fiction.
We would like to thank our amazing writers, copyeditors, designers, online and marketing teams for the fantastic job this year. We look forward to seeing where next year’s editors take the magazine in the future!
Daniel and Reuben, Editors
Issue 36 of the Manchester Historian, released May 2020, on the theme of ideology and faith.