"Archives and Researchers"
This talk is part of the second seminar series of the Medieval and Renaissance Cluster on The Public Role of History. All are welcome.
The Public Role of History
This two-term seminar series centres around the public role of those studying the past. Scholars with a public profile discuss ‘public history’ not as something separate but as an integral part of their activities as researchers. Art historians, historians, literature scholars who, amongst others, have published with popular presses, made documentaries, or are involved in museums will share their expertise. Combining research questions with practical thinking about communication, these sessions will allow reflections on how research translates into wider conversations.
We meet at noon on Mondays in the Roy Griffiths Room in Keble College.
5 February: Oliver Cox (Oxford University)
Developing research-led collaborations in the heritage sector: a how to guide
19 February: Marianne Wilson (National Archives)
Archives and Researchers
5 March: Catherine Fletcher (Swansea University)
History in trade publishing
All are welcome.
Any questions or comments, contact: Liesbeth.Corens@keble.ox.ac.uk
Room: Roy Griffiths Room
Address: Keble College
Post code: OX1 3PG
Event created on: Monday 29 January, 2018