Posts Tagged: 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

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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

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