History: the Journal of the Historical Association

New Books and Themes in History

Series 1 is the New Books series, sharing interviews with historians about their new work, its relationship to other scholarship, and its intended impact both within – and beyond – academia. This is a podcast for absolutely anyone interested in how and why historians write what they do! Series 2 focuses on new areas of history, called ‘Themes in History’, and features discussions from public history to the crusades.

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History: New Books – Nimisha Barton (Series 1 Episode 10) History: the Journal of the Historical Association

In today's episode Dr Gabby Storey is in conversation with Dr Nimisha Barton about Nimisha's new book, Reproductive Citizens: Gender, Immigration, and the State in Modern France, 1880-1945. Tune in to find out more about migration, motherhood, marriage, and citizenship in modern France and about Nimisha's upcoming projects! You can buy the book here: https://www.cornellpress.cornell.edu/book/9781501749636/reproductive-citizens/ and follow Nimisha on Twitter @NimishaBarton. 
  1. History: New Books – Nimisha Barton (Series 1 Episode 10)
  2. History: New Books – Eilish Gregory (Series 1 Episode 9)
  3. History: Themes in History – Early Modern Sex and Sexuality (Series 2 Episode 2)
  4. History Special: The Princes in the Tower
  5. History: Themes in History – Public History (Series 2 Episode 1)
  6. History: New Books – Amy Milne-Smith (Series 1 Episode 8)
  7. History: New Books – Jamie L. H. Goodall (Series 1 Episode 7)
  8. History: New Books – Elena Woodacre (Series 1 Episode 6)
  9. History: New Books – Sabrina Mittermeier (Series 1 Episode 5)
  10. History: New Books – Sarah A. Bendall (Series 1 Episode 4)

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