Monthly Archives: January 2014

Living with History

Originally posted on York's Alternative History:
Now we are 2! York Alternative History will celebrate its second birthday with a new challenge. What does it mean for the average person in York to be surrounded by history? Should we take the idea that heritage tourism is necessarily the best thing to promote about where…

The Mary Quaile Club

A new historical and political discussion group, the  Mary Quaile Club, will hold its first meeting on 15 February 2014 in Salford. The  Mary Quaile Club was set up in December 2013. It will hold regular discussions on working class history and  its links  with  contemporary political issues facing working people in Tory Britain.  The […]

Unofficial Histories 2014- Call for Participation

Originally posted on Unofficial Histories:
We are delighted to announce that Unofficial Histories 2014 will be held in Huddersfield on Saturday 7th and Sunday 8th June 2014. The Unofficial Histories conference seeks to bring together those who wish to consider the value and purpose of historical engagements and understandings that take place within, on the edges of,…