Jill Liddington is an award-winning historian and writer. Author of One Hand Tied Behind Us (1978), The Long Road to Greenham (1979) and Rebel Girls (2006), Jill’s work has always championed women’s stories. In 1984 Jill discovered Anne Lister, and the discovery has shaped her life and career ever since.
Tag: History Workshop Archive
Academics, historians and former staff and students of Ruskin College in Oxford have launched a new online archive to record and crowd-source historical information about past students, following the controversial destruction of the college student records in 2012
History Workshop Online launches an online exhibition of material from the archives of the History Workshop movement, held at Bishopsgate Institute in London, with this introduction by Barbara Taylor.
An introduction to the History Workshops, which were annual forums held between 1967 and 1994 devoted to the study and development of the ‘history from below.’
Information about the archive collections containing records of the History Workshop movement, held in the library of Bishopsgate Institute in London.
Information from the first History Workshop, organised by Raphael Samuel, which took place at Ruskin College on 4th March 1967, entitled ‘A Day with the Chartists.’
History Workshop 2 on ‘Education and the Working Class in Nineteenth-Century England’ took place at Ruskin College on 4 November 1967.
History Workshop 3, entitled ‘The English Countryside in the 19th Century (Including Wales),’ took place at Ruskin College on Saturday 16 November 1968.
History Workshop 4, held without an overarching theme, took place at Ruskin College on Saturday 29 and Sunday 30 November 1969.
History Workshop 5, titled ‘Workers’ Control in 19th Century England’, took place at Ruskin College on 13 and 14 February 1971.