General workshop resources – HA Conference 2016

Last updated: 18th September 2019

Recorded lectures and workshops from HA Annual Conference 2016

The resources in this section are from the general history lectures and workshops presented at the HA Annual Conference 2016 which took place at the Majestic Hotel in Harrogate.

The HA Annual Conference is a unique opportunity to join the history community on a weekend of engaging history. In the General pathway you can enjoy lectures from academic researchers and local branch historians on every aspect and period of history, improving your knowledge and exploring new sources and areas of historical interest.

The resources published here are the property of the workshop presenters and publication does not necessarily imply the HA’s approval of the opinions expressed in the session or its resources. Workshop presenters were asked to confirm that the work presented was their own, that all contributors were properly acknowledged and that they had permission to use any other exemplar materials.

If you have any questions about the HA Annual Conference please contact us at enquiries@history.org.uk.  

  • The long shadow of the Spanish Civil War
  • The Legacy of the Crusades: memory, myth and misuse in the Modern Age
  • ‘A most regrettable occurrence’: the First World War campaigns in eastern Africa (film)
  • Private Lives of the Saints: power, passion and politics in Anglo-Saxon England (film)
  • London’s Dreaded Visitation: the impact and nature of epidemic disease in Restoration London and after (film)
  • ‘Cunning in law above any’? The many trials of Lady Theodosia Ivie, 1650-1700
  • Teaching values, teaching identity: some historical perspectives

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