British historian Selina Todd interviewed

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Kate Cooper Interview

12 November 2013

In her new book ‘Band of Angels: The Forgotten World of Early Christian Women’, ancient historian Kate Cooper considers how modern theories of lived religion, the power of networks, and viral sharing can shed light on the nature and purpose of early Christian story-telling – and on what we know about the ‘hidden people’ of the ancient world.

Kate was interviewed [at] a roundtable discussion at TORCH entitled ‘Historians, invisible women and the world of stories’ with Dr Bettany Hughes (Historian and TV presenter), Dr Selina Todd (Modern British History) and Prof Tim Whitmarsh (Classics) to celebrate the publication of the book.

By Joe Gill in Britain:

Saturday 3rd May 2014

Joe Gill speaks to writer and academic SELINA TODD about her new social history of the British people

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