The National Archives and The Centre for Contemporary British History, History & Policy: 'Using Archival Sources to Inform Contemporary Policy Debates'
• Venue: The National Archives, Kew
• Dates: 25-26 May 2010
Thanks to AHRC funding the course is free for history (or related) PhD students. This is an excellent course, with lots of practical tips on getting the most out of the resources at The National Archives, fascinating case studies from historians whose research is at the sharp end of current policy issues and a session on influencing policymakers and the media. Speakers include:
• Professor David Edgerton
• Dr Dennis Wheeler
• Professor Pat Thane
• Dr Michael Kandiah
For more information and to book a place please email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Please note that places are limited.
Please see The National Archives website for detailed programme.
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