Senior Lecturer in Law James Mendelsohn comments on the growing trend of ‘Holocaust Denial’ and its status in law
Professor of Health Policy Peter Bradshaw gives his view on the fulfilment by the Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt on his manifesto promise by announcing the creation of 21,000 new posts within mental health services.
James Mendelsohn is a Senior Lecturer in the Law School. In this blog he talks about how the recent terror attacks in the UK have once again brought issues surrounding extremism and incitement into sharp focus.
Dr Duncan Stone, is a Visiting Researcher at the University of Huddersfield. In light of the recent news about the state-sponsored doping of the Russian Olympic team, he writes an article for The Conversation on how doping hasn’t always been considered as cheating because in the ancient Olympics of Greece winning had little to do with modern ideas
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Emma Levitt, is a final year PhD student studying at the University of Huddersfield. Her work focuses on masculine displays in the medieval tournament and the rise of jousting men at the courts of Edward IV and Henry VIII. Here, in an article originally published on The Conversation, she explains the similarities between society’s ideal man in the