A previously unpublished paper written by E P Thompson in 1987, and presented at the History and Society Program of the University of Minnesota during the 1987-1988 academic year.
History at Large
Historian and columnist Ramachandra Guha on the memorialisation of the Partition in India
Neil Dymond-Green on the Invisible Histories oral history project at the Working Class Movement Library, Salford, UK
The discovery of 60 volumes of diaries belonging to suffrage society activist Kate Parry Frye, has allowed author Elizabeth Crawford to shine new light on the work of New Constitutional Society for Women’s Suffrage during the period 1911 to 1915
Tim Hitchcock and Jason M. Kelly discuss the transformations of the ‘digital turn’ to academic publishing practises and ways of defining an academic community
Liz Wood, Assistant Archivist at the Modern Records Centre, University of Warwick, writes about the Centre’s recent digitisation project for primary sources in English from the Spanish Civil War
Designer and photographer Anusha Yadav writes about the Indian Memory Project website, a visual and oral history of the Indian sub-continent through family and personal archives
Manisha Sinha on Spielberg’s mythic rather than historical Lincoln, and missed opportunities to uncover the complex history of emancipation.
John Rennie writes about the East London History website, whose brief is to cover the history of the East End of London, from when the Romans arrived to the present day
Michael Rosen and Emma-Louise Williams explain the background to their website, Sec Mod, which is collecting memories of education at secondary modern schools in Britain