Mobility/Immobility: CFP ASMCF & SSFH Postgraduate Study Day (4 March 2017)

ASMCF & SSFH Postgraduate Study Day  Call for Papers & Flash Presentations  Theme: Mobility / Immobility University of Nottingham, Saturday 4th March 2017 Keynote speaker: Dr Olivia Walsh (Nottingham) Deadline for abstracts: 28th January 2017 *** How do people move, change, evolve? And why? What external forces are at play that control our movement; social, […]

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In Photos and Sound

Here are some photos of the ASMCF / SSFH Postgrad Study Day on ‘Patrimoine’, as well as a link to Tom Stammers’ Keynote Paper. Ben Patridge (Newcastle), who works on the memory of general strikes in France.  Dr Tom Stammers’ giving his keynote speech. Listen to his paper here.

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Heritage, the State and the Hexagon

Will Clement is a doctoral researchers at the University of Oxford interested in philanthropy, industry and urban history in nineteenth-century France. A speaker at this year’s PG Study Day on the topic of ‘Patrimoine’, he was able to hear Dr Tom Stammers keynote address. In a clear and thoughtful post, Clement (Oxford) has summarised Stammers’ paper entitled ‘Heritage, the State […]

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France and the World Wars – SSFH / ASMCF Study Day 2016

  During the SSFH/ASMCF Postgraduate Study Day held on 5 March 2016, one panel discussed the theme of PATRIMOINE through the lens of France and the World Wars. The Panel Chair, Mason Norton (Edge Hill), reflects on the individual papers by Emily Marsden (Durham), Florence Largillière (QMUL) and Adam Spencer (Hull). From postcards to Jewish heritage to lieux de mémoire, these […]

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Getting Published in an Academic Journal

Penny Roberts (Warwick) recently gave a great talk at the ASMCF-SSFH Postgraduate Studies Day at the University of Exeter. As co-editor of French History, her tips on getting published in academic journals are … well.. priceless. Here is a transcript of her talk – thanks for sharing, Penny!  — I don’t need to tell you, but […]

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