Upcoming Events

Events in 2022

A new webinar series ‘Shock of the Record’

In partnership with the Institute of Historic Research, the British Records Association’s Archives Advocacy Group is holding a series of free online webinars throughout 2021 and 2022. These are free to attend, but a place does need to be booked on the IHR’s website.

The webinars are also available online afterwards, on the IHR’s YouTube channel. Please do keep an eye on our news page for updates as these webinars progress.

Conference ‘A reappraisal of surveying: A vital archival tool for contemporary collecting’

The BRA is supporting an online conference scheduled for 27th and 28th April in memory of Professor Michael Moss (obituary in the latest issue of the BRA journal, Archives), being jointly organised by the Business Archives Council, Business Archives Scotland and the The National Archives. The conference will be held online, with short papers and sessions spread over two half days.  Details of the conference and call for papers is available on the BACS website https://busarchscot.org.uk/events/surveying-conference/.

Janette Harley Prize and Maurice Bond Memorial Lecture

Martin Daunton, Emeritus Professor of Economic History at the University of Cambridge and Visiting Professor at Gresham College will consider the topic of Covid and the Historian in the British Records Association 2021 Maurice Bond Lecture.

We will also take the opportunity to present the 2021 Janette Harley Prize to Dr Amy Erickson for her work “City Women in the 18th Century”.

Click this link to book tickets on Eventbrite.

Wed, 23 February 2022

18:00 – 20:00 GMT

Access to the Guildhall is available from 5.30pm. Please go to the West Wing entrance, on the corner of Aldermanbury and Gresham Street by St Lawrence Jewry church. Bags will have to pass through security scanners.

More about the Janette Harley Prize can be found on the Prize’s webpage.

The Maurice Bond lecture is in memory of Maurice Bond OBE (1916-1983), former BRA Chair and Clerk of the Records at the House of Lords Record Office.