The Social Life of Archives and Collections
Edited by Andrew W.M. Smith
The project aims to enable collaboration between unlikely partners to help break down barriers that currently exist in academia and to open up the world of historical research. It will reveal how the work and methodologies of researchers, academics, education practitioners and students interrelates, providing opportunity for collaborations beyond the usual parameters these fields present. In doing so, it will forge links with communities of learners within UCL and externally and make an original contribution to knowledge.
Andrew W.M. Smith is a historian of the French and Francophone world. His work focuses on concepts of centre and periphery, analysing various contexts in which this relationship has shaped developments within and beyond the structures of the modern state. Smith is currently Teaching Fellow at UCL and the Secretary of the Society for the Study of French History.
Format: Open Access HTML
Publication: December 01, 2020