We will be making available all recordings from the ‘Novel approaches’ conference. You will also be able to join the discussion and share your thoughts on the issues that our speakers raise.

Novel approaches pre-recorded podcasts will go live from 21 November 2011

Hilary Mantel and David Loades in discussion

Alison Weir (author and historian)

The popularity of historical fiction
                             Elizabeth Chadwick (author)
                             Justin Champion (Royal Holloway University of London)
                             Tracey Loughran (University of Cardiff)
                             Peter Straus (Rogers, Coleridge and White)

The differences and similarities between historical fiction and academic history
                             Maria Margaronis (The Nation)
                             Ian Mortimer (author and historian)
                             Beverley Southgate (University of Hertfordshire)
                             Rebecca Stott (author, University of East Anglia)

Does the success of historical fiction benefit or threaten academic history?
                             Jackie Eales (Canterbury Christ Church University)
                             Cora Kaplan (Queen Mary University of London)
                             Paul Lay (History Today)
                             Stella Tillyard (author and historian)

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About Matt Phillpott

I am an historian of early modern Britain and the Digital Resources Manager at the School of Advanced Study. My main area of interest is in the authentication of knowledge in early print, including religious, historical, and agricultural texts.


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