Amateur photographer Horace Warner documented the lives of Spitalfields poorest residents in the early 1900s. More than a century later, his collection is printed for the first time Plus a gallery of Warners photographs of children in and around Spitalfields in the early 1900s
Editor’s Note: The following is our second review of Kathryn Lofton’s S-USIH Conference keynote address on Bob Dylan. It comes from Nicolette Gableis, a PhD candidate in the American Studies Program at the College of William and Mary. She is […]
Editor’s Note: This post is intended to bring attention to the exciting new direction of the Book Review section of the S-USIH blog. Make sure to check out some of our recent posts based off of panels and plenary sessions […]
The report from our project, working with 11 ECRs to understand their experiences of working on the Connected Communities programme, is available here:
Connecting Epistemologies Report
The executive summary of the report is below. We hope the report will be downloaded, discussed and disseminated widely and we welcome feedback! Leave comments on the blog, tweet to us or drop us an email.
Helen Graham, Katie Hill, Peter Matthews, Dave O’Brien and Mark Taylor
Early career researchers (ECRs) »
The Washington times. (Washington [D.C.]) 1902-1939, April 16, 1913, LAST AND HOME EDITION, Page 5, Image 5, brought to you by Library of Congress, Washington, DC, and the National Digital Newspaper Program.