British Agricultural History Society Workshop

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Date / time
Date(s) - 3 May
All day

Location
University of Nottingham

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This workshop is an opportunity for postgraduate research students and early career historians to share and discuss their work in a supportive environment with their peers, academics in the field and other interested parties. It is organised by the British Agricultural History Society. Representatives from the BAHS will talk about the work of the society, and advice on publishing, impact and public engagement will be discussed.

Contributions are welcome from those researching any aspect of rural and agricultural history, broadly defined to include economy, society, and culture, landscape studies, environmental history, and local and regional history, and from the medieval, early modern and modern periods. We particularly invite innovative ideas and approaches.

The workshop offers 2 different ways to present your research:– 15 minute presentation – these provide an opportunity to present a paper on a defined aspect of your research. Please provide a 500 word summary of your proposed paper.

– 5 minute Quick Fire Presentations – these will provide the opportunity for participants to present their research in a nutshell, and generate discussion focal points throughout the day. These are ideal for people embarking upon a PhD or in the early stages of a research project. Please provide a 250 word summary of your research, including the focus for your 5 minute presentation.

All applicants should submit a one page CV with their proposal to Dr Sarah Holland (sarah.holland@nottingham.ac.uk) by 31 March 2017. Applicants will be informed whether proposals have been accepted for inclusion in the workshop by 11 April 2017.If your paper/presentation is accepted, you will be able to apply for travel bursary from the BAHS. Participants should however in the first instance apply to their own departments for travel costs.

Participants will be encouraged to publish their contributions in either digital or printed form, using the BAHS as a platform via its website or newsletter, Rural History Today.

You also invited to attend the workshop and participate in discussions even if you are not presenting a paper. If you are interested in attending and would like more information please email sarah.holland@nottingham.ac.uk