Further link hub

British Renaissance Plasterwork (the website of Dr Claire Gapper)

Deliberately Concealed Garments Project website

Early Modern Dress and Textiles – AHRC-funded Research Network

Histories of Home Subject Specialist Network (SSN) – an interdisciplinary network to promote the study of the home

Fashioning the Early Modern: Creativity and Innovation in Europe, 1500-1800 – HERA-funded project

Material World Blog – ‘A Global Hub for Thinking About Things’

The Material Culture and Cultural Heritage of Shakespeare’s England – AHRC-funded collaborative doctoral project between the History Department and Shakespeare Institute of the University of Birmingham and the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust

Shakespeare’s World in 100 Objects – Shakespeare Birthplace Trust’s Collections blog with posts from Doctoral Researchers from the University of Birmingham

The many-headed monster blog – a collaborative effort focusing on English society and culture in the early modern period, very broadly conceived; four historians concerned with what society looked like ‘from below’.

Everyday Life and Fatal Hazard in Sixteenth-Century England is a project headed by Steven Gunn and Tomasz Gromelski at Oxford using evidence from coroners’ reports preserved in the National Archives to understand what risks people faced as they went about their everyday lives.

The Shipping News is the blog for The MarineLives project, which is transcribing and making publicly available on an open access basis one volume of the London based High Court of Admiralty records for the period 1656-1657.


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