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by Dr Hannah Newton [i] My favourite thing about being a historian is reading other people’s diaries. I began to realise this at the tender age of eight, when our teacher asked us to write a series of diary entries … Continue reading
By Dr Jeremy Burchardt This was the final event of the Department’s 2014-15 Annual Research Theme, on the history of childhood and youth. Children’s history is very much an academic growth area, and the aim of the symposium was to … Continue reading
We conclude our Annual Research Theme for 2014-2015 with a one-day conference on Spaces and Places of Childhood and Youth The Cedars, Whiteknights, University of Reading Thursday 24th September, 2015 Special thanks to Dr Jeremy Burchardt for organising a … Continue reading
Department of History, University of Reading, Thursday 24th September, 2015 Keynote speaker: Professor Melanie Tebbutt (Manchester Metropolitan University) This one-day symposium marks the culmination of the Department’s 2014/15 annual research theme on childhood and youth history. Until recently, … Continue reading
From an idea of Dr Jacqui Turner, we are proud to present our new special feature “Our Videos” Dr Turner has created and produced a series of mini-documentaries featuring our members of staff discussing their research expertise and teaching. … Continue reading