Tanya Evans to speak at two UK conferences
Mothering’s Many Labours
On 3-4 July, Evans will talk about her family history research at a Past and Present conference: ‘Mothering’s Many Labours' at St John’s College, Oxford.
Family history and academic history - the value of collaboration
On Saturday 14 July 2018, the University of Leeds, UK be hosting a workshop at Leeds City Museum, entitled ‘Family history and academic history – the value of collaboration’. The workshop will explore the ways in which family historians, genealogists, academic historians, archives and libraries can collaborate.
Tanya Evans, will give a keynote. Other confirmed speakers include Julia Laite (Raphael Samuel History Centre), Mike Esbester (University of Portsmouth) and Ross Horsley (Leeds Local and Family History Library).
A program and link to register will be made available soon.