New Heritage Blog Post Series

Engraving depicting William Caxton showing specimens of his printing to King Edward IV and his Queen.

William Caxton showing specimens of his printing to King Edward IV and his Queen. The Caxton Celebration, commemorating the 400th anniversary of the first printed book in England, took place in London in the summer of 1877. ©️ Public Domain

This autumn, TORCH and the Heritage Partnerships Team will celebrate 7 years of building partnerships with the Heritage Sector, growing expertise, and sharing knowledge. In the coming months we will be going through past and present projects to revisit memorable moments of collaboration and innovation.

​Engaging with wide and diverse audiences, we have enabled graduate students to develop new skills, inspired established academics to share their expertise and broadened the horizons for career development beyond traditional academic routes.

 

If you would like to contribute to our trip down memory lane with a blog-post or a poster, please contact the Heritage Programme Support Officer, Katerina Vavaliou.

 

From reflections on a past project to a career-update from our participants,

we want to hear about it!


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