Articles by Hannah Bullock

Having recently returned to the UK after a ski season in the French Alps, Hannah has decided to swap the skis for her laptop keys. As a History graduate from the University of Leeds with an Exchange BA from the University of Rochester, New York, she has always had a passion for writing. She has written musings for magazines, copy for companies, and is now braving the blogs. She hopes you enjoy her work.

Racial Inequality in America

A Basic History of Racial Inequality in America: Part 2

America celebrated its black athletes as heroes to the globe, but treated them as second class citizens at home.


Racial Inequality in America

A Basic History of Racial Inequality in America: Part One

Uncle Tom’s Cabin, released in 1852 , was a novel that controversially depicted the harsh reality of slavery for the first time. It has since become one of the most popular books in American history.


Picture Postcard

The Picture Postcard: A First Fast-Communication Industry

As a symbol of contemporary progress, the postcard was a modern invention that combined advances in printing, photography, industrialisation, transportation and postal regulations, culminating in a culture of speed.


Anti-Mask League

America’s Modern Parallels with 1918’s Anti-Mask League

It was argued that the death toll continued to rise despite the use of masks and that the obligation to cover one’s nose and mouth was an affront to the principles of a free society.


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