Very pleased to announce that I will be appearing at this year’s BBC Countryfile Live when it makes its Northern debut at Castle Howard.
In my recent ‘History Matters’ article for History Today (March 2018), I discuss how the seemingly insignificant objects of our daily lives, notably, buildings, are actually vital tools to understanding our past.
To mark the 1-year anniversary of the fabulous YouTube channel, Viral History, they have released a brand new series of films celebrating some of the best female historians around.
As the PGDip in Parish Church Studies programme goes from strength to strength, I wanted to let you in on a very exciting forthcoming collaboration between the course and a wonderful organisation dedicated to protecting our nation’s churches, though I can’t say too much at this present moment (frustrating, I know, but I promise I will reveal all as soon as I can).
A little late to be classified as “news” perhaps, but I am delighted to announce that the new MA in English Building History (which I developed) is now available at the University of York, with applications for the September 2018 intake open (though places are almost filled!)
Just a short message to say I am now represented by Specialist Speakers for all types of speaking engagements.