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Keynote Workshops

Alongside the conference, we are proposing four keynote workshops aimed at developing the research skills of students in the humanities.

The foundation of an excellent research project are excellent research skills. 144 more words


Sheepish book writing

A few years back I started fleshing out some old blog posts. Blogging is a great way to start a conversation and explore ideas, but it obviously favours short and snappy ideas and not long-winded explorations of complex ideas. 1,002 more words

Research Skills

Mission Statement

At the risk of sounding like a narcissist, I have a working title of ‘The Principled Principal’ because I’ve found myself in a position to help parents investigating homeschooling. 586 more words


Aerial photographic records & satellite imagery for the study of historic buildings and places

Aerial photography, and increasingly aerial remote sensing data captured by satellite, provide a high-resolution view of the ground that can be relevant at all stages of an archaeological study, including reconnaissance, identification, analysis and, of course, as illustrations in a publication.  804 more words

Conservation Project Case Study


King House

Hathaway House (Burbank, former resident)

I am a senior at http://suffieldacademy.org and I am involved in a project-based learning class. Over the course of the winter term 2016 and the spring term 2017 the class main goal is to find out more about freedom, slavery, and the complexities in 1774. 648 more words

1774 Freedom & Slavery HOT Log

Visual Innovation: A Methods Workshop #Visual16


On 22nd November 2016, the BSA Postgraduate Forum and the BSA Visual Methods Study Group hosted a joint event at Staffordshire University: Visual Methods & Innovation. 1,651 more words

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Want Better Research Results? Use Databases.

For a while there, life was so easy — all the answers were at our fingertips, no worries, no uncertainty. A fountain of knowledge was ours for the taking and life was good. 493 more words