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  • Contribute

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    The Historical Association was created to support the study and enjoyment of history in 1906. The Association believes that an historical awareness is essential for the twenty-first century citizen. The Association brings together people who share an interest in, and love for the past and it furthers the study and...

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  • Volunteering to help your local branch

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    Volunteering to help your local branch We have over fifty branches throughout the UK and they are all run by volunteers. Joining your local branch committee can be a wonderful way to get more involved with history. Each branch has three formal branch officers, the Chair (or President) the Branch...

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  • Contribute to our Publications

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    The Historical Association produces five main publications: The Historian, Teaching History, Primary History, History & the International Journal of Historical Learning, Teaching & Research. We are always looking for new authors to contribute articles to these publications! To learn about how to submit an article to one of these publications...

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  • Contribute to our Podcast Series

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    The Historical Association was founded in 1906 with the intention of supporting everyone interested in the study and teaching of history. Over the last few years we have produced over 300 podcast albums on a diverse range of topics covering everything from Ancient to Modern history. The aim of these...

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  • Contribute an Article to Primary History

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    Initial guidelines for contributors to Primary History Why submit an article for Primary History? To share good ideas and practice in teaching and learning history To help develop your own ideas and thinking Job progression: it can be reflected in your CV and also provides a step towards developing more...

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  • Contribute an article to the International Journal of Historical Learning, Teaching and Research

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    In 2000 the International Journal of Historical Learning, Teaching and Research [IJHLTR] was founded to provide an international medium for reporting research and developments in History Education from the Early Years to Higher Education phases. In 2009 the Historical Association of the United Kingdom became IJHLTR's publisher, see the attached...

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  • Tweet Us

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    Today's tweets are the  records for tomorrows social historians. Be part of the virtual archive, just as importantly twitter is a great way to engage with the HA, follow our news and communicate with others. Come and join the world of Twitterstorians with @histassoc

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  • Participate in our Surveys

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    On a national level the Historical Association supports teachers, academics, academic and school studies and professionals in the heritage sector. We represent our member's interests to other historical bodies, on government committees and in the public arena. We hold regular surveys to garner our member's views and concerns as well...

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  • Tell Us What you Want

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    The Historical Association strives to produce articles, podcasts, films, guides, events, and journals to help you with your career and your understanding and enjoyment of history. We would like your input as to work you would like us to do. If you have any suggestions or ideas for things that...

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  • Add your Events

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    Do you have an event you would like to add to the Historical Association events calendar? The Historical Association runs local, community, branch and national events throughout the year. Some of our events will be of interest to the general history enthusiast, other events will be on providing professional development...

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  • Join our Speakers List

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    The Historical Association was founded in 1906 with the intention of supporting everyone interested in the study and teaching of history. Today it has over 50 branches throughout the UK, and over 8,000 individual, corporate and associate members. Each of the HA branches organises a programme of talks and events...

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  • Become a Branch Officer

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    To begin with the obvious, the life-blood of any branch is its membership. However, that life-blood needs a heart to ensure the vitality of the branch, and that heart is the branch committee: a group of dedicated individuals who regularly give their time and effort to the smooth running of...

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  • Contribute an Article to Teaching History

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    Initial guidelines for contributors to Teaching History  First submission Present a summary of ideas for your article in c600 words. Please include: i) Some outline indication of type of article  in the context of existing TH articles:  For example: Will it be mostly pupil response and analysis of pupils' historical...

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  • Contribute an Article to The Historian

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    Authors' Information The Historian is the magazine for members of the Historical Association.  Its aim is to promote the membership, local history and educational interests of the Association.  Authors' contributions will be assessed on the basis of certain criteria including membership interest, the utility of the subject matter and academic...

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  • Contribute to History

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    History: The Journal of the Historical Association Published on behalf of the Historical Association Edited by:Emma Griffin Print ISSN: 0018-2648Online ISSN: 1468-229XFrequency: QuarterlyCurrent Volume: 95 / 2010 Author Guidelines History has now adopted ScholarOne Manuscripts, for online manuscript submission and peer review. The new system brings with it a whole host of...

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  • Set up your own Branch

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    Starting up a new Branch of the Historical Association 1. If a member of the Association wishes to start up a Branch in an area where none currently operates, the first priority is to ensure that there is sufficient interest and commitment among members living locally to form the nucleus...

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