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Official archive of the UK government. Discover our online collections, research guides and educational resources spanning 1,000 years of history
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National Archives UK 9h
Listen again: innovation in the Air Force
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National Archives UK 9h
We're running a to tell the story of the Battle of Jutland this
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National Archives UK 9h
Please don't forget that we're closed tomorrow (Saturday 30 April) because of the bank holiday - we'll re-open on Tuesday 3 May.
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Royal Historical Soc 11h
Haynes discusses the 'Would you Mind?' project at Wellcome
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Emma Harrison 11h
Will be heading home with a new archive reading list after Maryanne Dever's talk, incl. Arlette Farge and Derrida (of course!)
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Royal Historical Soc 11h
We are back at with Maryanne Dever (University of Technology, Sydney) on 'materiality and the potential of paper'.
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Emma Harrison 12h
Great q. from the audience: how much archival education do researchers need?
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Westminster Archives 12h
Navickas: it's important to train historian, students and the general public to use digitised archives
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Ginny D-W 12h
really enjoyed the talk on finding working class history in upper class records and contextualising that experience 📜📦🗃📚
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Emma Harrison 13h
Exploring how a record's administrative history adds layers of context that a researcher can unfold
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Royal Historical Soc 13h
speaks of the 'material experience of touching the letters' and how this process opens up new research questions
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Royal Historical Soc 13h
Carter: there is no single entry point to the archive. How you approach the archive is entirely dependent on the research problem
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Emma Harrison 13h
Every archivist's soul saddens hearing records have been destroyed during times of war
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Emma Harrison 13h
Paul Carter: we learn a collection as we use it
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Matt Greenhall 13h
Paul Carter takes to the podium to offer "the meandering of the archival mind"
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Anna McNally 14h
Steedman discussing transcription in legal records & how voices we 'hear' in the archive are represented through anonymous clerks
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Meg Venter 14h
Steedman talking about the affective power of the archive, recalls crying in local record offices
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Jeff James 14h
Looking forward to chairing the next session 'Making Sense of archives' with and Paul Carter
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National Archives UK 14h
How the Good Parliament challenged corruption and misspending:
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Meg Venter 14h
Steedman: there are voices in all archives, echoing
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