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Recreating New Place: Behind-the-Scenes

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Recent changes to the Shakespeare New Place house model have been spearheaded by period interpreter Phil Watson, the designer of the new vinyl adhesives that have been added.
Date:
21/05/2018
1968

1968

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Report from the BRIHC 2018 Summer Series event.
Date:
21/05/2018
The Fruits of Freedom in British Togoland

The Fruits of Freedom in British Togoland

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Kate Skinner audio interview with the New Books Network.
Date:
17/05/2018
Making, breaking, faking news

Making, breaking, faking news

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Rose Parkinson, BRIHC MA Global History Scholar, reports from the reason Summer Series event.
Date:
15/05/2018
Call for papers: Ways of Knowing 5-6 July 2018

Call for papers: Ways of Knowing 5-6 July 2018

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Deadline extended for two-day conference for postgraduate and early-career researchers on ways of knowing in modern Britain
Date:
11/05/2018
Job opportunity: Teaching Fellow in Cultural Heritage

Job opportunity: Teaching Fellow in Cultural Heritage

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A fantastic opportunity to join the Ironbridge International Institute for Cultural Heritage in one of two 'Teaching Fellow in Cultural Heritage' posts.
Date:
08/05/2018
RCMP spies saw women's movement through 'red-tinged prism,' new book says

RCMP spies saw women's movement through 'red-tinged prism,' new book says

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New book by Dr Steve Hewitt - Just Watch Us - featured in Canadian press.
Date:
27/04/2018
Introducing Manuscript Pamphleteering in Early Stuart England

Introducing Manuscript Pamphleteering in Early Stuart England

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Before the outbreak of the Civil War in 1642, England developed a large, influential and often radical pamphlet literature. Speeches, learned briefs, and scaffold apologies joined character assassinations, secret histories and conspiracy theories in a jumbled literary underground. Our two-day interdisciplinary conference will explore the scope and significance of this literature, considering both the scale and significance of scribal production in a period of political, religious and social turmoil.
Date:
26/04/2018
Learning about the First World War through German eyes

Learning about the First World War through German eyes

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Dr Jonathan Boff writes for the OUP blog to mark the publication of his latest book "Haig's Enemy: Crown Prince Rupprecht and Germany's War on the Western Front"
Date:
20/04/2018
Urban Jewish Heritage: Presence and Absence | Final Call for Papers Announced

Urban Jewish Heritage: Presence and Absence | Final Call for Papers Announced

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In response to global interest and for those who still want to participate and share your research and experience with our international and interdisciplinary audience in the famous City of Krakow, we have agreed to extend the 'Call for Papers' for another 4 weeks.
Date:
17/04/2018
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