CONTENTS Dean A. Irwin, From Archae to Archives Mark Dunton, Public relations and the price commission, 1973-74 Paul Rock, ‘The dreadful flood of documents’: The 1958 Public Record Act and its aftermath: Part 2: After-effects Michael Moss and David Thomas, Overlapping temporalities – the judge, the historian and the citizen Obituary: Freddie Emery Wallis, 1927-2017 ABSTRACTS Dean A. Irwin, From Archae to Archives Acknowledgments of debt, made to the Jews of England between 1194 and 1290, have long been known to historians. The two largest collec...
This August, The National Archives will be hosting a series of free lectures by leading historians on the topic of suppression, distortion and fiction in past societies. Download the programme here (pdf). Please visit the National Archives web-site to book.
BRA are delighted to be participating in History Day on 31 October. This popular annual event held at Senate House, University of London is an open history fair where libraries, archives and other research organisations can engage with academics and students. Please see the event page for further details: https://historycollections.blogs.sas.ac.uk/history-day-2017/