New education resources from Layers of London
Layers of London’ has created free teacher and student packs to support Key Stage 2 and 3 students and help teachers create their own class collections. These free resources allow students to publish and share their local history work online and so contribute to a pioneering London history crowd-sourcing project.
‘Digital and the Archive’: the 2019 Aylmer seminar
This year’s Aylmer seminar considers the theme of ‘Digital and the Archive: preservation, research and engagement’. Speakers will consider the impact of digital technology on archives and historical research: how well do we use digital resources, and how do we navigate hybrid archives combining paper and digital content?
New publication: ‘Suffrage and citizenship’
The text of the 2018 Kehoe Lecture in Irish History is now available as an IHR Open Access publication. In ‘Suffrage and citizenship in Ireland, 1912-18’, Professor Senia Paseta explores the close ties between the British and Irish suffrage movements. As Professor Paseta argues, women’s suffrage was also shaped fundamentally by the Irish Question. Suffrage did not exist in a vacuum: it influenced and was influenced by the main political question of the day—Ireland.
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Peter Jones, IHR, Added 19 Feb 2019
Tim Stanley, Daily Telegraph, Added 15 Jan 2019
Professor Iwan Morgan , Institute of the Americas, Added 2 Jan 2019
Afua Hirsch, Dr Jonathan Saha, Professor Claire Alexander, Suhaiymah Manzoor-Khan, Professor Hakim Adi, Dr Nick Dennis, Caleb Femi, Momtaza Mehri, and Hannah Lowe, Added 6 Dec 2018