Mark Freeman: social and educational history of modern Britain

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I record as many of my papers as I can, and make them available here if there are not available elsewhere. Follow the links below to reach my recent podcasts.

'Boundary Wars: St Albans City Council and Municipal Extension, 1913': St Albans and District Local History Network, Verulamium Museum, October 2014. (Dropbox)

'St Albans: A City on the Cusp of War': St Albans and Hertfordshire Architectural and Archaeological Society, 'St Albans at War 1914/15', Dagnall Street Baptist Church, St Albans, September 2014. (Dropbox)

'Adult Education, the "Voluntary Spirit" and the State in Early Post-War Britain': Social History Society annual conference, Northumbria University, April 2014. (Dropbox)

With Angela Bartie, Linda Fleming, Tom Hulme and Paul Readman: 'Historical Pageants: Exploring Local, Regional and National Identities in the Performance of the Past': Social History Society annual conference, Northumbria University, April 2014. (via www.historicalpageants.org.uk)

With Angela Bartie, Linda Fleming, Tom Hulme and Paul Readman, 'The Redress of the Past: Historical Pageants in Britain 1905-2016': Sport and Leisure History seminar, Institute of Historical Research, London, October 2013. (via YouTube)

'Education and Historical Pageants in Twentieth-Century Britain': 'The Relevance of Historical Perspectives to Education Studies', one-day conference, Institute of Education, London, June 2013. (Dropbox)

'Historians and Adult Education: A Field of Opportunity?': keynote lecture, Educating Mind, Body and Spirit: Adult Education since 1838, University of Westminster , April 2013 (Dropbox)

'A "movement that moves": The Settlement Movement in Britain after the First World War': Voluntary Action History Seminar, Institute of Historical Research, London, December 2011. (via the IHR website)

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