Registration is now open for the 12th Annual Teaching and Learning in History Conference at Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford from 23-25 March. We have a varied and exciting programme with speakers from the UK, Europe, US and Australia. We will also be celebrating ten years of the National Teaching Fellowships at the conference with a reception for History NTFs.
Please encourage your students to enter the essay competition (details below). The winning essay will be published in our Summer Newsletter and on our website.
- Dr Sarah Richardson, History Subject Director
Two new Historical Insights coming out this month!
Quantitative Skills for Historians
This issue is the first in our series supporting research and is published in conjunction with the Institute of Historical Research. It features guidance on integrating quantitative methods into historical research and teaching, and provides suggestions on where to find further specific guidance.
Teaching Medieval Castles
Medieval Castles provide readers with a guide to using castles to enrich and contextualise the teaching of history, an extensive discussion of the structure and history of medieval fortresses, specific examples of seminar topics and suggested reading and key teaching themes.
To pre-order a hard copy, please visit our publication page.