AM collections: discover what's publishing in 2023 (Part two)

Join members of AM's Editorial team in the second installement of our two-part webinar, as they explore the exciting new range of collections publishing in 2023.

  • Amnesty International Archives: A Global Movement for Human Rights
  • AM Research Methods: Interrogating Colonial Documents and Narratives
  • Colonial Caribbean, module III: Economic Change and Indentured Labour, 1850-1870
  • Conflict in Indochina: Foreign Office Files for Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia
  • Interwar Culture, module II: 1930-1939

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