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  • Establishing a University-based HA Branch

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    The following case study is based on my own experience of establishing the City of Lincoln HA branch, which is based at Bishop Grosseteste University in Lincoln, where I am a Senior Lecturer in History. The branch launched at the university on Wednesday 19th February 2014. Members of the BGU...

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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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  • Starting a new Branch

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    The Historical Association and its branches Branches have been an essential part of the Historical Association since it began. They exist in all parts of the United Kingdom and take a variety of forms. A branch provides a local forum to bring together all those with an interest in history:...

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  • Support your branch: FAQs

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    Our local branches are all run by volunteers. Joining your local branch committee can be a wonderful way to get more involved with history. What roles are there within each branch?  Each branch has three formal branch officers: the Chair (or President), the Branch Secretary and the Branch Treasurer. Alongside those...

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