Past Time: A Learning Resource about Victorian Prisons

Past Time: A Learning Resource about Victorian Prisons

Historians and specialists in Arts in criminal justice settings have developed a learning resource to bring prison history and archival materials alive through creative methods. In this guest post, Hilary Marland describes the process of collaborating with a theatre...

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Working for Historians—notwithstanding COVID-19

Working for Historians—notwithstanding COVID-19

Although the Royal Historical Society, in keeping with government guidance, has closed its physical office for the time being, RHS President Margot Finn outlines the ways in which we continue to work for historians in and beyond the UK. COVID-19 has inevitably...

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Taradiddles. Or, lies in a post-truth society

Taradiddles. Or, lies in a post-truth society

There is nothing new in our lack of trust in information and facts. But how does this affect archives and researchers? Julia Sheppard, Chair of the British Records Association, considers some of the questions that have arisen in recent events.

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Race Update 2 – Higher Education Race Action Group

Race Update 2 – Higher Education Race Action Group

This ‘Race Update’ introduces resources that have been circulated by the Higher Education Race Action Group (HERAG) and other bodies that could be used in a range of settings such as staff and student induction, training sessions delivered in schools or teaching.

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