#PotW: What’s Happening in Black British History? A Conversation workshop – 30 Oct

Thirty years after the publication of Peter Fryer’s Staying Power, immigration is still a hotly contested topic, while slavery continues to dominate popular perceptions of Black British History. New research is revealing different stories, but how is this being presented in Britain’s classrooms and museums?  We need a conversation between those actively involved in researching… Continue reading #PotW: What’s Happening in Black British History? A Conversation workshop – 30 Oct

A Workshop Exploring Best Practice for Research Data Management in History

For the last year the Institute of Historical Research has been working with the Humanities Research Institute (University of Sheffield) and the Department of History (University of Hull) to improve data management skills for History postgraduates and early career researchers. We quickly caught up with Dr Matt Phillpott to find out more about the forthcoming… Continue reading A Workshop Exploring Best Practice for Research Data Management in History

Managing your History research: from creating to sharing

If you are a History postgraduate or early career researcher and would like to learn more about managing your research, then please sign up to the Institute of Historical Research’s forthcoming workshop on managing your research. The workshop includes presentations about data management, open access, and digital tools. It takes place in London on 27… Continue reading Managing your History research: from creating to sharing