The EICAH project continues through blog posts and publications

The EICAH project continues through blog posts and publications

The Leverhulme Trust-funded East India Company at Home, 1757-1857 project officially ended in August 2014. A series of publications produced as a result of the…

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Over 3 years the EICAH project held a series of events

Over 3 years the EICAH project held a series of events

The EICAH project hosted study days at the British Library, the North Yorkshire County Record Office, the University of Edinburgh and the National Museum Wales….

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The EICAH project explored themes of race, gender, family and region

The EICAH project explored themes of race, gender, family and region

In an exhibition, case studies, articles, and book chapters the East India Company at Home project used analytical categories such as race, gender, family, and…

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The EICAH project created online resources, bibliographies and finding aids

The EICAH project created online resources, bibliographies and finding aids

Members of the core project team (including AHRC cultural engagement fellow Chris Jeppesen) produced a series of bibliographies, findings aids and online resources, which project…

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The EICAH project produced over 30 online case studies

The EICAH project produced over 30 online case studies

Over three years the core project team worked with a variety of project associates to co-produce more than 30 publicly-available case studies. Find out more…

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The EICAH project collaborated across diverse research communities

The EICAH project collaborated across diverse research communities

Over three years the core project team worked with over 300 project associates from different backgrounds (archivists, curators, family historians, local historians, art dealers, university-based…

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Objects, Families, Homes Conference – Final Session Recording

Objects, Families, Homes Conference – Final Session Recording

A recording of the final discussion session at the Objects, Families, Homes: British Material Cultures in Global Context is now available. The conference took place…

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