‘Should one choose to be a mother?’ The dilemma of motherhood in a world of economic and cultural risk.
Tag: History Workshop
A special free-access issue bringing together twenty-four essays published as part of the “Historic Passions” occasional feature in History Workshop Journal.
Catherine Hall and Daniel Pick reflect on the power of denial, the danger of myopia, and the ways denial holds people together, shaping collective and national memories.
HWO is seeking to appoint one or two Editorial Fellows to assist in the running of our website, social media channels, and podcast. Applications due 5pm 30 June 2017.
The Raphael Samuel Memorial Lecture 2016 commemorates the twentieth anniversary of Raphael’s death with a lecture by his widow, the writer Alison Light.
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.
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.