Locality and Region Seminar 2014-15

The seminar welcomes all those who are interested in the relationship between local and national history and who wish to share ideas, viewpoints and work in progress. It seeks to make an original contribution to local and regional history by drawing upon the long-established national resources of the VCH and co-operating with participants from universities, record offices, local history societies and heritage organisations, as well as with those engaged in independent research. If you would like to join our e-mailing list, please contact rebecca.read@sas.ac.uk.

Our next seminar is on Tuesday 27th January and will be given by Dr Sylvia Pinches on "Anglesey Almshouses"

Full details can be found here

The programme can be dowloaded at the bottom of this page and is aviailable on the website of the Institute of Historical Research.

Convenors: Professor Richard Hoyle (VCH, IHR), Adam Chapman (VCH, IHR), Professor John Beckett (University of Nottingham), Matthew Bristow (VCH, IHR), Dr Christopher Currie (IHR), Dr Gill Draper (University of Kent), Dr Alan Thacker (IHR)

Podcasts of previous seminars

Latest podcast:

2 December 2014 - Edward Packard (UCS)"Lovely weather. At 7.15 a.m. we were bombed by German aircraft": the Great War as experienced in the diary of a farmer's wife at Shotley, Suffolk

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Earlier podcasts:

28 January 2014 - Louise Rayment (Southampton) - 16th Century Musical and Literary Networks in the Parish of St Mary-at-Hill, London.

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11 February 2014 - Simon Draper (VCH Oxfordshire) - New Light on English Surnames: the 'Family Names of the UK' research project at UWE, Bristol

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25 March 2014 - Colm Thrush (University of British Columbia/IHR) - 'Indigenous London' - perspectives of the indigenous peoples of Empire on the Empire's capital

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If you would like to contribute to future seminars, please contact Adam.Chapman@sas.ac.uk