Contribute

We welcome blog posts and contributions on a range of topics :

– advice on career, publications, interviews, teaching;

– experience in archives

– gender & ethnic diversity

– precarity & casualisation of labour

– information on upcoming (or past) seminars, conferences, events

– teaching materials and resources

If you would like to contribute to the blog, please contact either Ludivine Broch (L.Broch@westminster.ac.uk) or Alison Carroll (A.Carroll@brunel.ac.uk). We are also very open to any new ideas and topics, as well as re-posting any post on this blog.

 

 

One Reply to “Contribute”

  1. I am an amateur historian & have been recently adding books on French history to my library. I would be pleased to receive any newsletters you have. The interview with Sian Reynolds was most enjoyable to read.
    I do have a question to pose to your society: In my research of the French Revolution, I noted that historians in the 19th century to the eve of the First World War on the subject of the French Revolution is quite different from the historians in the 20th century. Is it because of influences from the German “Critical Methods” or from the French “Annales” school or something totally different?

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