IHR Public History Seminar Autumn Term 2017

We have a couple of very exciting speakers lined up for our Autumn term seminar series. So please save the following dates and join us at the Institute of Historical Research, Senate House, London. Wednesday 25 October 2017 'The Memorialisation of Magna Carta at Runnymede: Comparing Hew Locke's, The Jurors, & Runnymede Magna Carta Legacy's Statue … Continue reading IHR Public History Seminar Autumn Term 2017

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Seminar: Jerome de Groot on the use of DNA in Popular Genealogy

Join us next Wednesday 16th March at 5:30 pm in IHR 202 for the next IHR Public History Seminar. We are delighted that Jerome de Groot will be joining us to discuss DNA in popular genealogy. Details below. Double Helix History: the use of DNA in Popular Genealogy? Dr Jerome de Groot (University of Manchester) Genealogy … Continue reading Seminar: Jerome de Groot on the use of DNA in Popular Genealogy

Seminar Event: The personal heritage research environment in the 21st century

Join us for our first seminar of 2016. All welcome, no need to book. The personal heritage research environment in the 21st century Dr Nick Barratt (Author, historian and consultant for BBC 'Who Do You think You Are?') Date: 3 February Time: 17:30 Venue: Past & Present Room 202, 2nd floor, IHR, North block, Senate … Continue reading Seminar Event: The personal heritage research environment in the 21st century

Seminar Event: The Generational Transmission of Memory and Identity through ‘Family Heritage’

The Generational Transmission of Memory and Identity through 'Family Heritage' Anne-Marie Kramer (University of Nottingham) Date: 2 December 2015 Time: 17:30 Venue:  Past & Present Room 202, 2nd floor, IHR, North block, Senate House This paper will explore the generational transmission of memory and identity through a focus on the role of ‘family heritage’. It will analyse what … Continue reading Seminar Event: The Generational Transmission of Memory and Identity through ‘Family Heritage’