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Programme

The event takes place in the Department of History, Lenton Grove, (building no.5 on the map) and the Digital Humanities Centre, room A24 in the Humanities Building (building no.55 on the map). Lunch will be in room A27 in the Humanities Building.

There will be displays in the atrium of the Department of History and the Humanities Building.

The event is organised by the Centre for Hidden Histories, based at the University of Nottingham and one of five national World War One Engagement Centres. See the Centre for Hidden Histories blog here.

Hidden Histories – First World War family history day
Time Title   Location
9.30-10am
Arrival – tea and coffee
Humanities A27
10.00–10.15
Mike Noble (Centre for Hidden Histories) –
Introduction to the day; housekeeping
Lenton Grove A18/A19
10.15-11.15
Talk – Anne-Marie Kramer on the development and use of family history
Lenton Grove A18/A19
11.15–11.30
Break – tea and coffee
Lenton Grove
11.30–12.15
TALK – East Midlands Oral History Archive
OR
Digitisation workshop 1 (Digital Humanities Centre)
Lenton Grove A18/A19
12.15–13.00
TALK – Nottinghamshire Archives
OR
Digitisation workshop 2 (Digital Humanities Centre, Humanities A24)
Lenton Grove A18/A19
13.00–13.30
Lunch Humanities A27
13.30–14.15
TALK – “Lives of the First World War” with the Imperial War Museum
Lenton Grove A18/A19
14.15–15.00
TALK – Kurt Barling on the Middlesex family history project
OR
Digitisation workshop 3 (Digital Humanities Centre, Humanities A24)
Lenton Grove A18/A19
15.00-15.15am
Break – tea and coffee
Lenton Grove
15.15–16.00
TALKS – Ramgarhia Social Sisters project Lenton Grove A18/A19
16.00–16.15
Wrap-up session
Lenton Grove A18/A19

 

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