New Webinar Schedule 2015
Our webinars are designed to give you a first look around our newly published resources or explore primary source material around particular themes and ideas.
Our schedule for the rest of 2015 is as follows:
- Church Missionary Society Periodicals, 22nd April 2015 A brand new online portal exploring material on missiology, world Christianity and global history from the Church Missionary Society archive. Register here.
- Commerce and Capitalism: Trade Through Time, 13th May 2015 A product specialist will take you through the evolution of global trade and commerce through to modern American consumerism in this showcase of primary source material. Register here.
- American History, 1493 - 1945, 1st July 2015, The digital collection of the world renowned Gilder Lehrman collection of American History. Covering six centuries of American History, from the first English colonists to the Second World War. Register here.
- Victorian Popular Culture, 22nd July 2015, The re-launch of our ever popular resource Victorian Popular Culture explores the circus, music halls, the birth of cinema and more in a brand new digital platform. Register here.
- Popular Medicine in America, 1800 - 1900, 19th August 2015 To celebrate publication, we will be offering this showcase of material covering medical historical ephemera aimed at the public in the 19th Century. All sourced from the Library Company of Philadelphia. Register here.
- Colonial America, 23rd September 2015 The first part of the complete CO 5 collection from The National Archives, Kew. This defining resource covers the expansion of the English colonial settlement, slavery, war, trade and much more. Register here.
- African American Communities, 21st October 2015, a new U.S history resource focusing on the everyday lives of African Americans during the 19th and 20th Centuries; particular focus will be on Atlanta, Chicago, St Louis, Brooklyn and cities across North Carolina. Register here.
- Migrations to New Worlds, 18th November 2015 A primary source collection providing an in-depth look at the emigration of peoples from Great Britain, mainland Europe and Asia to the New World and Australasia during the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Register here.
- TBC 2nd December 2015 - TBC
You can watch all of our previous webinars on the videos page here.