About Some Sources Say

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 history and sociology degree at the University of Leeds. I’ve been volunteering and working in the heritage sector since 2012 in a variety of different roles within museums, heritage houses and archives. I have a lot of experience in using archival sources for my historical research, which I utilise on this blog.

Jerónimos Monastery

This is a general history blog, but with a special focus on women’s history and medieval/early modern Europe. Each month I choose a designated history topic which all my content and social media posts centre around, past topics include Women’s History Month: Trailblazers and 1066. 

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.

If this sounds like the blog for you then you can join my monthly History Drop mailing list where you’ll get a monthly round up of all my latest blog posts and other history content!

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Thank you for taking the time to visit Some Sources Say, if you have any questions, queries or feedback please don’t hesitate to get in touch.

At Dunstaffnage Castle near Oban, Scotland.

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