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28th June, 2018

Reimagining records

Event Details

Date:
28th June, 2018
Time:
9:00
End Date:
29th June, 2018
Time:
16:45
Venue:
The National Archives
Bessant Dr
Kew
TW9 4DU
Price:
£24 - £30

Reimagining records is a two-day event that explores new interpretations of medieval crown, court and clergy records.
Postgraduate students Rebecca Searby (University of York) and Abigail Dorr (University of Lincoln) have collaborated with records specialists at The National Archives to host an event that examines the innovative approaches academic researchers are taking in their studies of medieval record collections.

The first day of this event brings together speakers from both UK and international universities for an academic conference.

On the second day, postgraduate students and early career researchers are invited to attend a series of hands-on workshops on reconsidering the use of medieval records.

 


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