The History Blogging Project will be launched at an event hosted by The History Lab on Tuesday 18 January. Starting at 6pm, there will be short talks on a range of issues connected to blogging as a postgraduate historian, including 'why blog', 'finding time to blog' and 'blogging and public engagement'. There will also be a chance to guide the direction of the project and network with other historians over a glass of wine. A limited number of travel bursaries are available for postgraduates coming from outside of London.
Run by postgraduates for postgraduates, the History Blogging Project will provide a forum in which postgraduates can publicise their research, network with other historians, debate the role of blogs in academic and public engagement, and contribute to a continually developing online set of resources on blogging technology.
The website, www.historybloggingproject.org, will be launched during the event.
Launch details -
Start time: 6pm
Date: Tuesday 18 January
Venue: SAS Common Room, Senate House, University of London
For further information about the Project and to register your intention to attend, please contact Yolana Pringle (email@example.com).
Follow the History Blogging Project on Twitter - http://twitter.com/historyblogging/.
The History Blogging Project is funded by the AHRC, and is supported by the University of Oxford, The History Lab, and Roehampton University.
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