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The primary purpose of H-Albion is to enable historians more easily to discuss research interests, teaching methods and the state of historiography. H-Albion is especially interested in methods of teaching history to graduate and undergraduate students in diverse settings.

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Thatcher's International Influence

Hello,

I have recently been asked to lead a group of students at my university in Prague, researching into the reception of Thatcher and her views in Czech discourse from the 1980s to contemporary times. By training I am an early modernist, and really only know about Thatcher and her times in broad terms. Therefore, I would be very grateful if subscribers could point me to any works which deal with the issue of Thatcher’s international impact – political, social, economic and so on.

Many thanks for any help,

Gerald Power, PhD

Call for Bloggers: North American Conference on British Studies

The North American Conference on British Studies invites applications for bloggers for The British and Irish Studies Intelligencer, the society’s online newsletter.  

 

Deadline: May 15, 2014

Submit CV and Letter of Application to jaskelly@iupui.edu

 

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The North American Conference on British Studies invites applications for bloggers for The British and Irish Studies Intelligencer, the society’s online newsletter.  

 

Call for Editorial Board Members: North American Conference on British Studies

 

The North American Conference on British Studies invites applications for The British and Irish Studies Intelligencer Blog’s inaugural Board of Editors.  

 

Deadline: May 15, 2014

Submit CV and Letter of Application to jaskelly@iupui.edu

 

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The North American Conference on British Studies invites applications for The British and Irish Studies Intelligencer (BISI) Blog’s inaugural Board of Editors.  

 

Call For Proposals: H-Albion Roundtable Discussions

Dear H-Albion Members,

The Editors are accepting proposals for Roundtable Discussions.  H-Albion Roundtables can be on any topic related to Britain, Ireland, or the British Empire including current historiographical debates, in-depth discussions of specific books, teaching methods, methodological approaches, reports on the state of the field, and more.