By Helen Biggs, on 14 June 2017
What: A free, two-day conference, held by the International Centre for Historical Research in Education, in association with the Friends of Newsam Library
Where: Cruciform Building, UCL
When: Wednesday 21st and Thursday 22nd June
This year’s ICHRE conference will cover a variety of themes and topics, including the social histories of universities and the history of education in China and East Asia.
Three members of UCL Libraries’ Special Collections, Archives and Records team will be taking part in the conference:
- Colin Penman, Head of Records, will be delivering the conference’s keynote speech on Redundant women: UCL’s place in the history of women’s higher education
- Jessica Womack, IOE Archivist, will be speaking on Socialising the IOE: the Student’s Union, and beyond the lecture theatre
- Kathryn Hannan, IOE Archivist, is taking part in a panel discussion on Teaching history of education through primary sources.
To find out more about this event, and to register for your free place at the conference, click here.