Dr Natalie Zacek

Senior Lecturer

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Media contributions and coverage

Interviewed for the Wednesday Breakfast Programme, Voice of Islam Radio (2020; 2022)

Interviewee for “Afrofuturism in Hollywood,” Deutsche Welle (12 April 2021) (https://www.dw.com/en/afrofuturism-in-hollywood-ruth-e-carters-iconic-costumes/a-57163611)

Appeared on an episode of Channel 4's Britain's Most Historic Towns (2020)

Interviewee for “Trump may have lost at the ballot box, but his style of politics isn’t going away,” Redaction Politics (16 December 2020) (https://redactionpolitics.com/2020/12/16/trump-may-have-lost-at-the-ballot-box-but-his-style-of-politics-isnt-going-away/)

Appeared as a panelist on TRTWorld's Roundtable (2020)

Consulted and appeared on an episode of Enslaved,  a forthcoming Canadian/UK/US documentary series on the transatlantic slave trade (2019)

Consulted and appeared on an episode of BBC 4's Britain's Lost Masterpieces (2018)

Consulted on several episodes of BBC 3's Who Do You Think You Are? (2018)

Interviewed by the Yorkshire Voice about the election of Donald Trump (22 November 2016)

Appeared as a contestant on The Third Degree on BBC Radio 4 (2015)

Interviewed by the Independent on the relationship between history teaching at secondary and university levels (30 June 2010)

Interviewed by the Times Higher Education Supplement about current trends in university-level history curricula (11 July 2003)

Media coverage and contribution

  1. TRT: Toppling statues

    Natalie Zacek


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  2. TIMES HIGHER EDUCATION: When erudition is not enough, activism is a must

    Natalie Zacek


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