Hello! I’m Dominique (she/her) the creator of Some Sources Say.
I created this blog in 2016 to continue researching and writing about historical people, places and events after completing my university studies. I volunteered and worked in the heritage sector for 10 years in a variety of different roles within museums, heritage houses and archives. I have a lot of experience in using archival sources for historical research, which I utilise here at Some Sources Say.
This is a general history blog, but my main research interests are women’s history and medieval/early modern Europe so you’ll see a lot of content relating to these areas. Each month I choose a designated history topic which all my content centres around, past topics include Mothers & Daughters and Stories Behind Paintings.
I create a mixture of articles, recommendations and videos, and since June 2021 have begun making free downloadable historical research tips & advise booklets. I have also guest posted for other great history blogs and website, which you can find here.
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