Professor is 'Making History' on BBC Radio 4

Professor Ted Vallance from the department of Humanities was interviewed by BBC Radio 4's 'Making History' for a segment on a new series of biographies of British monarchs published by Penguin press. Professor Vallance offered a critical view of the series, arguing that viewing our national history from the perspective of the ruling dynasty was problematic in a number of ways.'

Posted: 3 February 2015

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Professor Vallance, Reader in Early Modern History at the University of Roehampton.

Professor Vallance is a Reader in Early Modern History and teaches on both Roehampton's BA and MA History programmes. He is also the research degrees convenor for the department of humanities.

'Making History aired on Tuesday 3rd February at 3pm. You can listen to the full programme here. Professor Vallance's interview begins at 20.28.

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