We are very happy to host responses to the MBS Conference. Some of these may have appeared elsewhere, but we thought it useful to gather some of these together in one place. We are recording these here, rather than on the MBS blog to try and keep a record of events. We welcome contributions of different sorts, but please try to keep our MBS Conference Blogging Info in mind.
Sam Caslin: An ECR at MBS2015, A Narrative.
Jessica Meyer: The time has come, the Walrus said, to talk of many things
Peter Halton: An MA Student at MBS2015
Jessica Douthwaite: Popular Narratives start at school
Lucy Robinson: Things are messy: Be Careful What You Wish For
Laura Cofield: A veritable feast of thoughts and accepting my life revolves around food
Daniel Hood: Definitions and Duties: Re-forging Modern British History?
Nichola Tonks: The Newbie in the Corner
Christienna Fryar: On #MBS2015
James Greenhalgh: On doubting, debating and encouraging
Rhodri Hayward: Onwards and Inwards: Making Sense of the Affective Turn at MBS2015
Natalie Thomlinson: What it all means
Charlotte Greenhalgh: History with emotions in
Christine Grandy: The Stories We Tell, Cultures of Democracy, and Hidden Histories
Sarah Mass: Who is Afforded (and who can Afford) the Archive?
Laura Carter: One day and the everyday at MBS2015
Andrew Seaton: Looking Beyond Blighty: Comparison in Modern British Studies
Sophie Greenway: Reflections of a mature student on MBS2015
Simon Briercliffe: What’s so subversive about peace, love and understanding?
9 thoughts on “Rethinking Modern British Studies: Blogs and Responses”