In 1958, Ford unveiled the Nucleon: a car which eschewed the traditional combustion engine in favour of a small nuclear reactor. Sam Marks explores this product of the 1950s Atomic Age which, perhaps unsurprisingly, did not develop beyond the concept stage.
Retrospect Journal is delighted to announce their collaboration with Edinburgh University’s History Society for a series of academic conferences taking place in 2023.
This series is a superb opportunity for all students, regardless of their academic interests, to challenge themselves as aspiring historians and showcase their research.
Find out more about this conference and how to submit your paper here.
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The Retrospect podcast has launched!
We’re delighted to share the release of our brand new podcast, TRACES! Hosted by our podcast editor, Sofia Parkinson Klimaschewski, and featuring a variety of guest speakers, each episode navigates the fields of History, Classics and Archaeology. TRACES is available now: