Is your research history-related in some way? Then this is for you. Today’s guest post is from Alexa Neale (Doctoral Researcher, History ). This series of interdisciplinary events and debates are supported by the Doctoral School’s Researcher-Led Initiative (RLI) fund, and are open to researchers of all career stages, in all schools and departments.
The Sussex History Forum
The History Forum is an interdisciplinary, multi-cohort group open to anyone interested in history (broadly interpreted), of any subject area and level of study, research or academia. The participant-led sessions follow an informal, open format, discussing any aspect of history chosen by the group at one of the preceding sessions. Free refreshments (including cake) are provided at meetings every other Wednesday from 1.30pm.
Event: I know what you did last Summer
Wednesday 31st October 2012, Fulton 114, 13:30h
This ‘show and tell’ session invites you to bring an object, film extract, photo, song, advert, painting, or anything that got you thinking about history over the Summer. Glad, sad or mad, tell us how you felt about something you did, saw or watched and discuss it with the group.
Debate: ‘History and Everyday Life?’
Wednesday 14th November 2012, Fulton 114, 13:30h
What does one do with history ‘in the real world’? Take this discussion wherever you want it to go by coming along and getting involved.
Further events for the History Forum will appear here as they are announced.
In the meantime, join the discussion on The History Forum’s facebook group.
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