PERSONAL CORRESPONDENCE IN ENGLISH, 1400 – PRESENT: A CONFERENCE University of Northampton, 15 - 16 April 2021
Senior lecturer Caroline Nielsen continues her Employability blog series, helping you develop your skills. Missing our department’s monthly research seminar series? Thinking about postgraduate studies in History, Heritage or archives, or in Teaching? Want to reach out to other academics and students and build your network? What to learn about completely new subjects or the... Continue Reading →
Note: we are committed to running this conference. If the global health situation means that it's not safe for us to run this on campus in September, we will either re-arrange it to run virtually, or we will reschedule it to a later date to run on campus. So please do submit your abstracts. If... Continue Reading →
Across history people have used letters to communicate. Letters were used in the exchange of news, emotions and opinions; they constructed networks, formed and destroyed friendships and relationships. Personal correspondence has been intrinsic to human society, bonding and breaking links between individuals, family and social groups.