How can the lives of those historically labelled as vagrants be humanised? Nick Crowson explores creative and archival methods for moving past a fixed point of prosecution, and towards visibility across time and place.
Tag: Raphael Samuel
As the film ‘Misbehaviour’ launches this week, Poppy Sebag-Montefiore speaks to women’s liberationist and flour-bomber of the Miss World contest, Sally Alexander (played by Kiera Knightly), about history, psychoanalysis and collectivity.
Peter Burke, Emeritus Professor of Cultural History at Emmanuel College, Cambridge, will deliver the Raphael Samuel Memorial Lecture 2017, speaking on ‘Two Diasporas: the place of exiles in the history of knowledge’.
In Episode 2 of the History Workshop Podcast, Historian Alison Light offers a unique perspective on the memoir and biography, and the art of writing about lived experiences.
The Raphael Samuel Memorial Lecture 2016 commemorates the twentieth anniversary of Raphael’s death with a lecture by his widow, the writer Alison Light.
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?