IHR Seminar: Spring Term

We are delighted to announce our seminars for the spring term on the theme of 'Difficult Pasts and Objects'   8th February: Paul Jackson (University of Northampton): Public History and the British Extreme Far Right 22nd February: Daniel Jones, (Searchlight Archive, University of Northampton): 'Archiving the Extreme: Cataloguing Far-Right Hate and Public History 8th March … Continue reading IHR Seminar: Spring Term

IHR Seminar: Thomas Cauvin and his new book ‘Public History – A Textbook of Practice’

Defining the field: Public History - A Textbook of Practice This Wednesday, 16 November, please join us for a seminar with Thomas Cauvin (University of Louisiana, Lafayette). Location: Senate House – John S. Cohen Room N203 Public history continues to elude consensus regarding its parameters and purposes and its complexities and ambiguities have only multiplied … Continue reading IHR Seminar: Thomas Cauvin and his new book ‘Public History – A Textbook of Practice’

IHR Seminar: Exploring the Relationship between Unpalatable Past and the Contested Present in Modern France

  Exploring the Relationship between the Unpalatable Past and the Contested Present in Modern France Wednesday 9 November, 2016, 5.30 pm Olga Crisp Seminar Room N102, Senate House Dr Nicola Cooper (University of Northampton): France’s Memory Wars Prof William Gallois (University of Exeter): The Palatability of the Algerian Past Chair: Dr Edward Madigan (Royal Holloway, … Continue reading IHR Seminar: Exploring the Relationship between Unpalatable Past and the Contested Present in Modern France