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Autumn 2017 Newsletter

The Autumn 2017 Newsletter includes the 2018 Britain and the World Conference CFP, a new collaboration with the NACBS, and more!

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BATW 2018 Call for Papers Available!

The CFP for the 2018 Britain and the World Conference in Exeter is now available! Please note that the deadline for paper and panel proposals is Friday, 15 December 2017.

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New Collaborative Initiative with NACBS

We are pleased to announce a new collaboration between British Scholar and the NACBS on teaching Britain and the World.

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Call for Contributors: New Blog on Teaching Britain and the World

The British Scholar Society is pleased to announce a new venture, a blog on Teaching Britain and the World. Click to read more!

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Autumn 2016 Newsletter

The Autumn 2016 Britain and the World Newsletter includes information on BATW2017, a call for a new webmaster, and more.

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2017 Britain and the World Call for Papers

The call for papers for the 2017 Britain and the World Conference is now available!

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Updates on 2016 Conference

The final conference programme for the 2016 Britain and the World Conference is now available, and we would also like to remind conference-goers to sign up for the conference dinner.

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2016 Conference Programme Available!

Details on the lectures, panels, and papers at this year’s Britain and the World Conference are now available.

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May 2016 Newsletter

May’s Newsletter includes reminders about conference registration and accommodations, new publications from Society editors, and more.

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May 2016: Black Market Britain, 1939-1955

For May’s Book of the Month, Adrian Smith review’s Mark Roodhouse’s book, Black Market Britain, 1939-1955.

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