Join CGIS for a collaborative workshop on using subjective sources, chaired by Professor Siân Pooley.
We will hear from four speakers on what historians can learn from sources for the self. Presentations by:
Jane Humphries: 'Memories and metrics, subjectivity and stats: Working-class autobiography and the economic/social historian’
Dr. Charlie Jeffries: 'I'll be your mirror? The politics of girlhoods, sexualities and self in the zine archive’
Dr. Maya Corry: 'Objects of devotion: gender and material traces of religious feeling’ and Bethany White: 'Exploring gender and subjectivity in the oral history interview’
Bethany White: 'Exploring gender and subjectivity in the oral history interview'
All are welcome. Snacks, tea and coffee will be provided.