Monthly Archives: September 2013

In Your Archives, Researching Your History: The National Archives Training Day

Yesterday was the training day for Early Career Researchers at The National Archives (TNA), which was aimed at those who are doing advanced archival research into the period 1200-1500. It was a greatly thought-provoking day for me, as someone who has been working on household records and who has dipped her toes into the world […]

Antiquity in a World of Change, 6th December

Hello everyone, It’s just time for a bit of shameless self-promotion. On 6th December, I will be co-presenting a paper with Andrew Burnett (former deputy director of the British Museum), at the ‘Antiquity in a World of Change’ study day at the Society of Antiquaries. The conference focuses on the life and work of Sir […]