Upcoming Student Led Activities October 2018 – March 2019


Student Led activities October 2018 – March 2019*
Date(s) Event Length Location Student organisers
Friday October 5th 2018 The Opportunities & Challenges of Studying the 20th-Century History of Science, Technology & Medicine

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/the-opportunities-challenges-of-studying-20c-hstm-tickets-48755795898

1 Days Nucleus: The Nuclear and Caithness Archive, Wick, Caithness Emmeline Ledgerwood, British Library, University of Leicester

Helen Piel, British Library, University of Leeds

Linda Ross, Historic Environment Scotland, University of the Highlands and Islands

Monday October 29th, 2018 Press Play! Active Oral History Practice and Dissemination

https://pressplayoralhistory.wordpress.com/

1 Day World Rugby Museum, Twickenham Lydia Furse, World Rugby Museum, De Montfort University

Lisa Taylor, River and Rowing Museum, Manchester Metropolitan University

Friday November 9th 2018 Collecting Practices: approaches, experiences, considerations

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/collecting-practices-workshop-tickets-49696104386

1 day National Museums Scotland, Edinburgh Laura Volkmer, National Museum Scotland, University of Edinburgh

Georgia Vullinghs, National Museum Scotland, University of Edinburgh

James Inglis, National Museum Scotland, University of St Andrews

Saturday February 9th, 2019 Women, work and commerce in the creative industries in Britain (1750 – 1950)

 

CFP – will be posted on the website Sept/Oct 2018

1 day Westminster University, London Georgina Mind: National Portrait Gallery/ University of Westminster

Erika Lederman: Victoria and Albert Museum/ De Montfort

Hannah Lyons: Victoria and Albert Museum/ Birkbeck, University of London



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