How can walking productively inform the work of historical scholarship?
Tag: Raphael Samuel History Centre
Solitude is both timeless and historical, a human universal that is understood and experienced differently over time. These seminar meetings examine the changing contours of solitude from antiquity to the present.
Launch event for the new Family History Workshop, a new initiative by the Raphael Samuel History Centre: Victoria Haskins, ‘Stories my great-grandmother didn’t tell me, Or, family histories and the memories of nations’.
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 can radical histories be shared with people from all walks of life, and how can they be made more accessible and both involve and reach radical communities?
The Radical Histories / Histories of Radicalism conference asks ‘where’ and ‘why’ and ‘how’ radical history can take place in neo-liberal times?
More about ‘On the Move’, a Raphael Samuel History Centre initiative on youth and migration, hosted by the History Department at University College London and funded by an Innovation Seed Fund for outreach.