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History Acts 22: Recording a Crisis
Tuesday 9 June, 6:30pm-8:30pm
Online Meeting

RECORDING A CRISIS

Those most affected by COVID-19 are often unable to speak. Who else is not being
heard or listened to? Historians and archivists consider what needs to be done.

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AN ACTIVIST LED WORKSHOP

Paul Dudman Living Refugee Archive
another TBC

RESPONDING HISTORIANS
Dr Charlotte Clements, London South Bank University
Dr Andrew Flinn, University College, London

ACTIVISTS
The Living Refugee Archive is based at the University of East
London’s Library at Docklands, the home of the Refugee Council
Archive for over a decade. It facilitates accessibility to archival
resources on the refugee and forced migration experience.

HISTORIANS

Dr Charlotte Clements is Lecturer in History at London South
Bank University. She specialises in youth, welfare and charity in
Britain since 1945 and has worked on a British Academy project
supporting charities and voluntary archives to preserve and use
their archives.

Dr Andrew Flinn is is Reader in Archival Studies and Oral History
at University College London. His academic interests include
documenting the activities of political movements and parties,
particularly grassroots political activity and the use of history by
political parties and activists.

HISTORY ACTS Online – historyacts.org @HistoryActs #historyacts

HISTORY ACTS workshops are led by activists, who give a short talk or presentation about their work. A historianor historians working on a relevant topic will then respond, before opening it up to group discussion.

HISTORY ACTS is a radical history forum, affiliated to the Raphael Samuel Centre, and based at the Institute of Historical Research.

We bring together radical and left-wing historians and contemporary activists. We seek new ways to engage as academics with contemporary struggles, to learn from activists, and to see how we can use
what expertise and institutional resources we have to provide active solidarity.

Sessions are free and open to any historian, any history student, or anyone interested in how history can work for social and political change.

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