Monthly Archives: August 2012

History SPOT and the IHR

Readers of this blog should definitely be interested in the Institute of Historical Research’s History SPOT (Seminar Podcasts and Online Training) webpage, which hosts a ‘a learning and training platform for historians, based around the core activities of the Institute of … Continue reading

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Announcements: Workshop on Intimacy and Mission History, and Recent Publications

You might be interested in this workshop on the role of emotions and intimacy in the history of Christian missions. >> Investigating the Intimate in Mission Histories 17 October 2012 (9 am – 5 pm) and 18 October 2012 (9 … Continue reading

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Food, family, and colonial histories: introductory ruminations

Last weekend, I picked up my old copy of The Little House Cookbook, which I had re-discovered in the process of moving last month. I thought that I might find some good vegetable preserves, since we’re heading into peak canning … Continue reading

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