Workhouse Lives: Families with Olwen Purdue of Queen's University Belfast
Families with Olwen Purdue (Queen's University Belfast)
Nottingham Trent University, in partnership with the AHRC project ‘In Their Own Write’, The National Archives and the Workhouse Network invite you to participate in an online seminar series: ‘Workhouse Lives’.
- When: Tuesday 8 February 2022, 5 pm
- Booking deadline: Tuesday 8 February 2022, 4.00 pm
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In this second online series of Workhouse Lives seminars for 2021-22 Nottingham Trent University, The National Archives and the Workhouse History and Heritage Association once again have a collection of experienced speakers deeply involved with research on the New Poor Law.
Our eight sessions each have a broad theme rather than a specific title – everything from lunatics through to autobiographers - something that allows our speakers to range widely across the intriguing stories that they have encountered in the context of workhouse lives and voices.
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You must register separately for each session you are interested in. Once registered you will receive an email with the link to the event. Please keep this safe.
All events start at 5 pm and are expected to be around 40 - 45 minute, followed by questions.