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Studying 'northernness': "the outlook is far from grim." [by Ruth Mather]

I’ve long been fascinated by the idea of “Northernness”, both as a proud Northerner myself and as a researcher working on the social history of the region, so I was delighted to see a whole day conference interrogating the concept in the 2017 Capital of Culture, Hull. 1,281 more words


Standouts from Episerver Update

Last week I crashed the party at the Episerver family reunion to get some updates on the state of omnichannel and digital business development in Denmark and beyond. 500 more words


DVIP representation at the European Conference on Domestic Violence

There are regular opportunities to apply to present a paper or workshop at national and international conferences on domestic violence or child protection, and it is good to hear from people who have taken up the gauntlet and travelled afar to take part in wider opportunities to learn and share good practice. 515 more words

Child To Parent Violence

Conference Report: McMullen Naval History Symposium 2017


The role of history in the education of modern militaries is a topic which has been under debate almost continuously for centuries. Whilst it is common knowledge that many of the military leaders and thinkers who continue to be venerated in the halls of service academies the world over prioritised the study of the past, the challenges of the present produce a sense of proximity and of urgency which can make their example seem antiquated. 929 more words

People, not platforms: and 8 more steps to social media success

At its core, Komfo and Komfo Summit is about social media, so before diving into individual posts about the #komfosummit trends, let’s touch the surface of the social media track. 897 more words


Highlights from 2017 Spring Conference

The TESL NS Spring conference was held on May 13 at Acadia University. It was a great day filled with learning, discussion, and networking.