Early Modern Archival Research, Impact, and Cross-Sectoral Partnerships – what’s involved?

Online, November 10, 2020 - November 10, 2020

This event seeks to introduce early career researchers to ways of approaching partnership-based research. It involves speakers working on the AHRC-funded project ‘Pastoral Care, Literary Cure and Religious Dissent: Zones of Freedom in the British Atlantic c. 1630-1720’. This interdisciplinary research project is based at the University of Leeds and includes collaborations with Early Modern Letters Online (EMLO) at the University of Oxford, and the Anglican mission organisation United Society Partners in the Gospel (USPG). Each speaker will talk for 5 minutes about their approaches to, and experiences of, this form of collaborative research. The panel will flag some of the opportunities and challenges that partnership-based research focusing on early modern archives presents. An open discussion will then be facilitated by SRS to allow participants the opportunity to ask questions, and discuss the benefits and complications of this type of research.

Miranda Lewis (Digital Editor)

Jo Sadgrove (Research Policy Adviser)

Alison Searle (Academic)

Emily Vine (Early Career Researcher)

Catherine Wakeling (Archivist)

 

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Early Modern Archival Research, Impact, and Cross-Sectoral Partnerships – what’s involved?
Location: Online
Start Date: November 10, 2020
Start Time: 5:00 pm
End Date: November 10, 2020
End Time: 6:00 pm
Ticket Price: Free
Website: https://www.crowdcast.io/e/early-modern-archival