We are thrilled to announce that Jessica White and Adam Waddingham, two post-graduate students from the University of Manchester, have created a podcast series especially for Lit & Phil members.
In episode one of this podcast series, Jessica and Adam discuss the history of health in Manchester. Joining them is Andrew Seaton from New York University. Andrew is a PhD Candidate in Modern European History at New York University. He is a political and social historian working on topics related to the history of science, technology, environment, and medicine. Jessica and Adam are also joined by Will Ranger from the Living Wage Foundation. Will is a Manchester based community activist and campaigner who specialises in the political and social history of the city.
This episode will be exclusively available to members for the next two weeks.
If you're interested in joining the Manchester Lit & Phil complete your application today to make the most of our 'first summer free' promotional offer and for further details on how to listen and subscribe to the podcast.
About the Authors
Jessica White is a PhD candidate in History at the University of Manchester. Her thesis looks at the history of female identity in Britain’s inner cities from the 1970s, exploring the history of motherhood, feminism, race and multiculturalism. Jessica is currently the reviews editor for the European Review of History.
Adam Waddingham is a PhD candidate in Modern History at The University of Manchester. Broadly speaking, his research asks this question: where did Brexit come from? In constructing an intellectual history of Euroscepticism, Adam explores conceptions of political identity, constitutionalism, and race and multiculturalism. Adam is the co-convenor for the Political Studies Association’s Politics & History Group as well as an ardent follower of Manchester City.