We welcome submissions from graduate students and staff, not only those from the Faculty of History, although submissions must be history-related and written from a historical perspective.
Submissions should fall into one of the following categories:
- Research: share something interesting you’ve discovered through your own research, research challenges you’ve encountered, or your experience of visiting an archive;
- Digital History: consider the challenges and opportunities of doing history in public through digital sources, for example online or through other transparent, collaborative practices, or write about ideas on the internet and born-digital documents as sources of historical research;
- Bookshelf: recommend a history book you’ve particularly enjoyed, preferably one with an unusual topic, approach or methodology;
- History and Current Affairs: bring a historical perspective to a current political, social or cultural event;
- Methodology: articles that focus on methodological issues, from a theoretical and practical perspective. You can also find us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/doinghistoryinpublic and twitter @dhiptweets.
If you have any questions or would like to contribute, email email@example.com with your name and course, a brief outline of your proposed topic (50-100 words), and an estimated date by which you could submit.
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