Guest Posts

I have guest posted for some wonderful history blogs and websites which you can check out below:

Mainly Museums

Mainly Museums is a crowd sourced blog run by passionate volunteers enamoured with museums big and small, who strive to deliver a personal take on museums around the world.

The Secret Library – Leeds Libraries Heritage Blog

Leeds Library aim to bring insights into the history and architecture of their 1884 Central Library building, a behind the scenes look at the Library and highlights from their Special Collections, including rare books hiding in the stacks. They also share highlights from collections in their branch libraries.

For the Love of History Blog

For the Love of History is a blog written by historian Laura Adkins with a focus on historic places in Essex and London. As well as writing about her own explorations and interests in the area, For the Love of History also features guest posts from other historians and individuals with a love of history who share their thoughts and feelings on why history is so important to them and the community.

Versus History

Versus History is a project run by Historians Dr. Elliott L. Watson, Patrick O’Shaughnessy FRSA and Conal Smith. The highly popular Versus History Podcasts are available via iTunes, Stitcher and Spotify.

Smart History Blogging

Smart History Blogging is run by Elizabeth Hill-Scott and “exists to help everyone out there who loves history save time navigating the world of blogging, social media marketing, monetising and all that techie stuff!”

Accessible Art History

Access Art History is run by Analisa and is for art history lovers, students, and anyone who is curious to explore all periods of art history and human creation.

West Yorkshire Archive Service

The West Yorkshire Archive Service collects and looks after the unique documentary heritage of the region and helps members of the public use and enjoy these records.

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