UG Researcher Anya Aujla-Jones uses correspondence, research reports and more to help map and understand communities of Native, African, and Anglo-American ancestry in the USA.
Hannah (BA History) discovers that academic research can be exciting in her project to shed light on some of the ‘lost’ letter-writers of Elizabethan England.
BA History student Amy described the challenging but ultimately rewarding research she undertook to shed light on violence experienced by girls and women in early twentieth century India.
Tiana Kelly embarks on a quest to link some of the Midlands’ most magnificent buildings with their colonial past, in partnership with fellow UG Researcher Asha.
There was much more to Oliver’s scholarship than searching through photographs for ‘funky beards’. Rather, these personal photographs of German soldiers provide a sometimes emotional insight into the lives of young men, many of whom were travelling abroad for the first time.
UG Researcher Daniel Deegan outlines some of the benefits of spending 5 weeks transcribing audio cassettes – little did the speakers at the Westminster and City Conferences know that the next person to hear their recordings would be him!
The ‘Dosser’s Bible’ was created by the founder of the homelessness charity Simon Community in the 1950’s and 1960’s and takes the form of an elaborate scrapbook with each page created from a paper bag – not the easiest source to work with, as Elena Poulet (BA Ancient History) discovered.
Ester (MRes Modern Greek Studies) has been working with the Women and the Book project team to explore women’s interaction with book culture in the period c. 500-1600. Here, she shares some of her (sometimes surprising) findings.
Samuel Taylor (BA History) searches the archives for traces of CoCom, the Coordinating Committee for Multilateral Export Controls, and its impact on the ‘Second Cold War’.
Rik Sowden (MRes Early Modern History) returns to the topic of his 2016 UG Research Scholarship, once again working with Dr Kate Smith to map loss in 18th century London.