In this lecture marking World AIDS Day 2016, Prof. Cook traces the emotional landscape of Britain at a key turning point in the history of AIDS.
Proposals are invited for twenty-minute papers and panels of three papers. Abstracts (250 words) should be emailed to email@example.com by 1/12/16.
All proposals for oral history-based contributions, including papers, panels, presentations, workshops, posters and displays should be submitted by 16th December 2016 to OHSConf2017@ohs.org.uk
Education Activism Ethics explores ways of doing history which move beyond the confines of the academy and engage wider public audiences, and the challenges such approaches entail both in practical and theoretical terms.
How did this prodigious journalist, Guggenheim fellow, and “the most promising literary talent of the Harlem Renaissance” just disappear, along with his literary masterpiece?
East Anglia has a rich but often overlooked history of radicalism and this conference will introduce people to some aspects of this history and provide a focus for a renewed interest in Labour History.
The Working Class Movement Library is delighted to announce details of its third film mini-festival.
To commemorate the 20th anniversary of the death of the socialist historian Raphael Samuel, and the 40th anniversary of the journal he helped found, History Workshop Journal.
Registration is now open for the ‘British Communism and Commitment’ day-school to be held between 9.45 and 4.45 on 9th June 2016 in the Labour History Archive and Study Centre at the People’s History Museum, Manchester.
Complete list of Raph Samuel’s contributions to History Workshop Journal. Free text links available from 3 May 2016.