<div> Graham Smith is a Senior Lecturer in History at Royal Holloway, University of London. He is a member of the Department’s Public History team, teaching and publishing on public history, oral &nbsp;history and the history of modern medicine. In his research he uses oral history to find out how &nbsp;people understand history, both personal and public. He has a chapter on the public history of &nbsp;Magna Carta, with Anna Green, in the Oxford Handbook of Public History (forthcoming). <br> <br>Graham is &nbsp;also currently chair of the Oral history&nbsp;Society&nbsp; <a href="" title="Link:"></a>.&nbsp; Employed at Royal Holloway &nbsp;for the past seven years, he has also taught and researched the recent history of medicine in medical &nbsp;faculties at the University of Glasgow and the University of Sheffield. He has also taught history at the Open University.&nbsp; </div>


Freedom and protest: Magna Carta and its legacies