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Updated by Joanne Bailey on Oct 14, 2014
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Bright ideas for seminar teaching

Here's a list of all the tweets that responded to my plea for good ideas for teaching seminars.

Angela McShane (@angela_mcshane)

Head V&A\RCA Early Modern Postgrad Programmes in History of Design; Researches political pop songs, drink & material culture of everyday in17th Century England

Bronwyn Labrum (@BronwynLabrum)

Historian of design, clothing and fashion, museums and everyday life. Associate Professor of Visual and Material Culture, School of Design, Massey University.

Dr Sara Read (@Floweringbodies)

Lecturer in English at Loughborough University. History of Medicine and Literature type.

Sara Pennell (@HistorySara)

Curious historian, in all senses. Food, kitchens, recipes, consumption, material culture, broken ceramics: love'em all. Views all my own (whose otherwise?).

Jennifer Evans (@HistorianJen)

Lecturer in History @UniofHerts.
Historian of early modern bodies, gender & medicine.
Book: Aphrodisiacs, fertility & Medicine in EM England. Views my own

Isaac Land (@IsaacLand2)

C 18/19 Britain, historiography, methods, #coastalhistory @indianastate

Helen Rogers (@helenrogers19c)

19c, crime & prison, & working-class writing @LJMU. Editor Journal of Victorian Culture. Tweet @jofvictculture @Writing__Lives. Blog @

Rachel Moss (@menysnoweballes)

Feminist, medievalist, reader, writer, (pop) culture consumer. Leverhulme Early Career Fellow at the University of Oxford; tweets in personal capacity.

Hannah Greig (@Hannah_Greig)

Historian at Uni of York. Historical adviser to film, theatre & TV (The Duchess, DeathComesToPemberley, Poldark & stuff) Author of 'The Beau Monde' (OUP, 2013)

Dr Maryam Farahani (@farahani_maryam)

C19th Scholar. Art lover. Academic. Currently reading Rebecca Shaw's magnificent village novels in my breaks. What are you reading?

Helen Weinstein     (@historyworkstv)

History Professor & Broadcaster & BBC History EAB: bridging the gap between knowledge & public engagement; supporting creative practices of public history

Dr Amy Fuller (@amyfullermorgan)

Lecturer in History at NTU. Researching early modern Spain & Mexico, colonial theatre, conversion narratives, classical reception, festivals & identity.

Rachel Hope Cleves (@RachelCleves)

History prof at U of Victoria, author of Charity and Sylvia: A Same-Sex Marriage in Early America (OUP 2014) & studying Americans learning to cook in Paris

cheryl lemus (@LemusCheryl)

Assistant Prof., managing editor and blogger at Nursing Clio, mother, wife, and Whovian...not always in that order.

Kate Morant (@KateMorant)

Early Modern History MA at Birkbeck (after 25 gap years). Also researching Edmond Halley (1656-1742) and tweeting logs of his voyages @HalleysLog

Sarah Fox (@foxvshedgehog)

PhD student of 18th c. lifecycle rituals & childbirth cultures. Wife and Mother. Lover of cake, tea, quiet and campervans. Dependent on caffeine.

Lisa Smith (@historybeagle)

Between two countries in life and work. Always sniffing out history, books, and tv shows.

Assoc. Prof. @usask.

Jenna Lång (@HistoryJenna)

Budding historian/USMC vet/@CCT volunteer; Wrote MA on 18thC thimbles; I tweet about feminism, textile history, sewing and vintage clothes mostly. Mostly.

Matthew McCormack (@historymatt)

Historian of Georgian Britain @HistoryatNmpton, father of two, Reviews Editor of Journal for Eighteenth-Century Studies @BSECS

Ciara Meehan (@CA_Meehan)

History Lecturer @UniofHerts | Author, The Cosgrave Party (2010) A Just Society for Ireland? (2013) | Director, Perceptions of Pregnancy network: @Preg_Research

George Gosling (@gcgosling)

Historian of medicine in charity in modern Britain and beyond. Researching at @icbhkings and teaching at @WarwickHistory

Elaine Chalus (@EHChalus)

Historian of 18-19C British gender, politics & society; researching remarkable life of diarist Elizabeth Wynne Fremantle (1778-1857); #twitterstorian

Emily Brand (@EJBrand)

Writer, historian, genealogist, & editor for classic literature (OUP). Blogging about c18th relationships:

Laura Sangha (@_drsang)

Lecturer in British history c.1500-1750, University of Exeter. Religious cultures, English Reformation, supernatural, 'science', antiquarian Ralph Thoresby.

Rokewood (@Rokewood)

university prof—education, philosophy, culture, religion, history, literature, music, football, birds. We have 3 sons—'the crow makes wing to the rooky wood.'