Category Archives: Guest posts

Students, PhDs, historians, jobs and casualisation: some data, 1960s – 2010s

A thought-provoking post from Birkbeck’s Dr Brodie Waddell from the blog The Many-Headed Monster

Students, PhDs, historians, jobs and casualisation: some data, 1960s – 2010s

A thought-provoking post from Birkbeck’s Dr Brodie Waddell from the blog The Many-Headed Monster

Geoff Eley and the cultural turn in social history

Birkbeck PhD student David Bryan reflects on Geoff Eley’s recent masterclass ‘What remains of the cultural turn in social history?’

Geoff Eley and the cultural turn in social history

Birkbeck PhD student David Bryan reflects on Geoff Eley’s recent masterclass ‘What remains of the cultural turn in social history?’

Guest post: Life as a Early Career Research Fellow by Ludivine Broch

On moving on from doctoral studies and the dream of the next big research project

Guest post: Life as a Early Career Research Fellow by Ludivine Broch

On moving on from doctoral studies and the dream of the next big research project

Guest post: William Farrell on ‘Global history from below?’

Written for The Many-Headed Monster’s symposium on the future of history from below

Guest post: William Farrell on ‘Global history from below?’

Written for The Many-Headed Monster’s symposium on the future of history from below

Social media for historians: a workshop report

Clare Roche finds out how PhD students can benefit from writing a blog, tweeting #twitterstorians and generally interacting with the digital world of online historians

Social media for historians: a workshop report

Clare Roche finds out how PhD students can benefit from writing a blog, tweeting #twitterstorians and generally interacting with the digital world of online historians

Guest post: Norwich Entertainments – ballad-singers and dangerous news, with coffee

Brodie Waddell on the printed works that entertained late 17th-century Norwich

Guest post: Norwich Entertainments – ballad-singers and dangerous news, with coffee

Brodie Waddell on the printed works that entertained late 17th-century Norwich

Guest post: Publish or Perish by Sarah Emily Duff

Following David Priestland’s verdict on public history, Birkbeck history alumnus Sarah Emily Duff outlines why historians should blog

Guest post: Publish or Perish by Sarah Emily Duff

Following David Priestland’s verdict on public history, Birkbeck history alumnus Sarah Emily Duff outlines why historians should blog