TEA & TESTIMONY

History on TV

As part of Explore Your Archives, Reading historians Professor Kate Williams  and Dr Jacqui Turner will chat about the effect of the media on public history. Is history now just another commodity? Can archives really be described as entertainment? How accurate is the new Suffragette film? And what’s the inside track on the Great British Bake Off?

 

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Dr Jacqui Turner

 

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Professor Kate Williams

Join Kate and Jacqui in conversation at the Museum of English Rural Life on Monday 16 November from 11.00 to 12.00, or tune in to the live webcast. The Department of History will be also live tweeting the event, follow @Unirdg_history. The event will be followed by tea and coffee, and there will be a pop-up exhibition from the University’s rich archives.

 

To book a place at this free event, please email merlevents@reading.ac.uk or call 0118 378 8660.

 

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