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Carys Brown

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Editor-in-chief | 2nd year PhD student at the Faculty of History, University of Cambridge | MPhil in Early Modern History, University of Cambridge | BA in History, Cambridge | PGCE Secondary History, Cambridge |

History makes the world a brighter place.

| Current research: Religious coexistence and sociability in England, c. 1689-1750 |

| Interests: History and education | Museums and galleries | History broadcasting | Singing | Art |

| clmb3@cam.ac.uk | @HistoryCarys | www.hist.cam.ac.uk/directory/carys-brown

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  1. Wolf Hall and the historians: What can historical drama do? | Doing History in Public
  2. Wealth, status, and power: is the franchise the same as the vote? | Doing History in Public
  3. “Do Not Touch”: Academics in the Museum | Doing History in Public
  4. The refugee crisis in Europe: should history drive the debate? | Doing History in Public
  5. Reflections on Making ‘Big Data’ Human | Doing History in Public
  6. Living, breathing, history | Doing History in Public
  7. Significant anniversaries in 2016: the Contagious Diseases Act of 1866? | Doing History in Public
  8. Dates for the diary: Public and digital history talks and events in Cambridge, spring 2016 | Doing History in Public
  9. Editorial: Top history reads | Doing History in Public
  10. History on stage: Queen Anne | Doing History in Public
  11. Thinking with pies | Doing History in Public
  12. History from below: fashion, freedom, and the female form | Doing History in Public
  13. In praise of history teachers | Doing History in Public
  14. Editorial: DHP’s top historical novels | Doing History in Public
  15. Christmas Shopping in the Seventeenth Century | Doing History in Public
  16. Sweet harmony or rough music? Singing in the seventeenth century | Doing History in Public
  17. Absent leeks, lost voices? Cooking and recording in early modern Wales | Doing History in Public
  18. Snap elections: a brief historical guide | Doing History in Public
  19. Proclaiming tolerance and maintaining integrity | Doing History in Public
  20. Changing rooms in eighteenth-century London | Doing History in Public

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