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‘ay up me ‘Nightingale’: Did you know that Florence Nightingale lived in Derbyshire?

Those that are familiar with the East Midlands are sure to have heard the local friendly greeting ‘ay up me duck’, but perhaps we should be swapping one avian for another and saying ‘ay up me Nightingale’ to commemorate this infamous nurse’s Derbyshire connections. Dr Richard Bates and Frances Cadd, PhD, from the AHRC funded …

Nicky Grace – Archiving Midwifery, 20 March 2019

‘For researchers, historians, midwives and childbearing women and families, it is vital that we are able to understand and explore our history from a range of sources.’ In this guest blog post Nicky Grace, PhD candidate in Creative Writing at the University of Nottingham, summarises her wonderful presentation on her exciting Archiving Midwifery project which …

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Welcome to the Nottingham Health Humanities Early Bird Researcher Group Blog!

We will be using this blog to post news and updates relating to all the exciting events and opportunities available to the EBR group! Introducing your co-leaders! We are delighted to introduce ourselves as co-leaders of the Early Bird Researcher group: Frances Cadd (School of Humanities), Emma Putland (School of English), Mathilde Vialard (School of …

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