New blog post explores Charles Darwin and attitudes to religion

In a recent blog post, History student, Robyn Burnette Mayson, offers insight into research around the topics of science and religion in 19th Century Victorian Britain.


The post was published under the series, ‘Students as Researchers’, which highlights innovative undergraduate research in International Relations, Politics, and History. 


Robyn discusses an essay which explores science and religion in Victorian Britain:
"My essay argues that science and religion in Victorian Britain actually co-existed harmoniously at one point, and that publications such as Darwin’s Origin of Species (1859), were not as revolutionary as portrayed."

To read the full blog post and find out more, please follow this link