Interdisciplinary Research in Histories of Education and Childhood (DOMUS)

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DOMUS is a collaborative cluster of historians working on the social, political and cultural histories of schooling, education and childhood. 

  Contact

Ian Grosvenor
Email: I.D.Grosvenor@bham.ac.uk

Kevin Myers
Email: k.p.myers@bham.ac.uk 

 

 

Selected Resources

Oxford Dictionary of National Biography contains more than 59,453 biographies of men and women who shaped the British Isles and beyond including many from the city of Birmingham

The National Archive Weekly
The National Archive Weekly is a great new way to watch byte-sized clips of archive film from the vaults of regional film archives across England. 

The Anstey College Archive
A collection of material from Anstey College of Physical Training founded by Rhoda Anstey in 1897. It was only the second women's physical training college in the country