Conference Lectures

These podcasts derive from the Novel Approaches conference held between 17 and 18 November 2011 at the Institute of Historical Research.  They can also be found on the History SPOT website where we also have video editions available.  Each podcast is approximatesly 15-20 minutes in length.  You can either click on the links for each lecture or scroll down this page.

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David Loades and Hilary Mantel in discussion

Pleanry lecture

Alison Weir

The popularity of historical fiction

Elizabeth Chadwick     Justin Champion    

Tracey Loughran          Peter Straus

The differences and similarities between historical fiction and academic history

Maria Margaronis          Ian Mortimer

Beverley Southgate      Rebecca Stott

Does the success of historical fiction benefit or threaten academic history?

Jackie Eales                 Cora Kaplan

Paul Lay                       Stella Tillyard

Roundtable

Roundtable Questions

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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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