Series 3 Episode 4: The Retford Remembrance Project and War Dead Remembrance in Nottinghamshire
Local History Matters
by British Association For Local History (BALH)
11M ago
Welcome to this episode in the new series of Local History Matters, the podcast run by the British Association for Local History (BALH) to highlight hidden local histories. In this series, we will be discussing with researchers how they got into their field of study, and what their topic can tell us about local history more generally. In this episode, our Social Media Fellow Megan Kelleher chats with Elizabeth Szarelis. Elizabeth has recently completed a Bachelor’s degree in History at the University of Nottingham. She and her father, Michael, set up the Retford Remembrance Project in Nottingh ..read more
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Series 3 Episode 3: The historical representation of women in eighteenth century Wales
Local History Matters
by British Association For Local History (BALH)
1y ago
Welcome to this episode in the new series of Local History Matters, the podcast run by the British Association for Local History (BALH) to highlight hidden local histories. In this series, we will be discussing with researchers how they got into their field of study, and what their topic can tell us about local history more generally. In this episode, our Social Media Fellow Megan Kelleher chats with Dr Angela Muir, who is a lecturer in British Social and Cultural History and the Director of the Centre for English Local History at the University of Leicester. Angela is a social and cultural hi ..read more
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Series 3 Episode 2: Using Archaeology and Material Culture in Local History Research
Local History Matters
by British Association For Local History (BALH)
1y ago
Welcome to this episode in the new series of Local History Matters, the podcast run by the British Association for Local History (BALH) to highlight hidden local histories. In this series, we will be discussing with researchers how they got into their field of study, and what their topic can tell us about local history more generally. In this episode, our Social Media Fellow Megan Kelleher chats with Dr Eric Tourigny, who is a Lecturer in Historical Archaeology at the University of Newcastle. Eric’s research interests include the identification and analysis of animal bones, the archaeologies o ..read more
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Series 3 Episode 1: Global mobilities, unfree labour and crime and punishment in Britain and its former Empire
Local History Matters
by British Association For Local History (BALH)
1y ago
Welcome to this episode in the new series of Local History Matters, the podcast run by the British Association for Local History (BALH) to highlight hidden local histories. In this series, we will be discussing with researchers how they got into their field of study, and what their topic can tell us about local history more generally. In this episode, our Social Media Fellow Megan Kelleher chats with Dr Katherine Roscoe, a historical criminologist and Leverhulme Early Career Fellow at the University of Liverpool. Catherine’s research interests are centred on global mobilities, unfree labour an ..read more
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Series 2 Episode 9: Creating websites to share your local history research
Local History Matters
by British Association For Local History (BALH)
1y ago
Welcome to this episode in the new series of Local History Matters, the podcast run by the British Association for Local History (BALH) to highlight hidden local histories. In this series, we will be discussing the different ways that you can engage with and share your local history research, whether you are a beginner or an experienced local historian. In this episode, our Digital Strategy Coordinator Megan Kelleher chats with our Digital Manager, Paul Carter, all about websites. This includes a discussion about the ways in which you can utilise websites to share your research with a broader ..read more
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Series 2 Episode 8: Using social media to share your local history research
Local History Matters
by British Association For Local History (BALH)
1y ago
Welcome to this episode in the new series of Local History Matters, the podcast run by the British Association for Local History (BALH) to highlight hidden local histories. In this series, we will be discussing the different ways that you can engage with and share your local history research, whether you are a beginner or an experienced local historian. In this episode, our Social Media Fellow for 2021/22 Megan Kelleher chats with our previous Social Media Fellow for 2020/21, Dr Daniela Gonzalez, all about social media. This includes a discussion about the ways in which you can utilise social ..read more
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Series 2 Episode 6: How to get involved in Local History Hour
Local History Matters
by British Association For Local History (BALH)
1y ago
Welcome to this episode in the new series of Local History Matters, the podcast run by the British Association for Local History (BALH) to highlight hidden local histories. In this series, we will be discussing the different ways that you can engage with and share your local history research, whether you are a beginner or an experienced local historian. In this episode, our Social Media Fellow for 2021/22 Megan Kelleher chats with our Vice-Chair and member of the Outreach Team, Joe Saunders, all about Local History Hour and how to get involved. This includes a discussion about what makes a goo ..read more
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Series 2 Episode 5: How to engage the next generation in local history research
Local History Matters
by British Association For Local History (BALH)
1y ago
Welcome to this episode in the new series of Local History Matters, the podcast run by the British Association for Local History (BALH) to highlight hidden local histories. In this series, we will be discussing the different ways that you can engage with and share your local history research, whether you are a beginner or an experienced local historian. In this episode, our Social Media Fellow for 2021/22 Megan Kelleher chats with Claire Dimond-Mills all about educating the next generation about local history. This includes a discussion about how local history can be connected to the National ..read more
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Series 2 Episode 4: Using blogs to share your local history research
Local History Matters
by British Association For Local History (BALH)
1y ago
Welcome to this episode in the new series of Local History Matters, the podcast run by the British Association for Local History (BALH) to highlight hidden local histories. In this series, we will be discussing the different ways that you can engage with and share your local history research, whether you are a beginner or an experienced local historian. In this episode, our Social Media Fellow for 2021/22 Megan Kelleher chats with our previous Social Media Fellow for 2020/21, Dr Daniela Gonzalez, all about blogs. This includes a discussion about how you can use blogs to share your local histor ..read more
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Series 2 Episode 2: Why is local history important?
Local History Matters
by British Association For Local History (BALH)
1y ago
Welcome to the second episode in the new series of Local History Matters, the podcast run by the British Association for Local History (BALH) to highlight hidden local histories. In this series, we will be discussing the different ways that you can engage with and share your local history research, whether you are a beginner or an experienced local historian. In our second episode, our Social Media Fellow for 2021/22 Megan Kelleher provides an overview of what to expect from this series and explores the question “why is local history important?” You can follow along with the conversation about ..read more
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