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The Finch Report, open access and the historical community - free colloquium

March 1, 2013
Institute of Historical Research, University of London

Chancellor's Hall
Senate House, Malet Street
London WC1E 7HU
United Kingdom


  • Royal Historical Society
  • Institute of Historical Research

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1.30 Registration

1.50 Introduction and welcome

2.00 Panel One

Chair: Miles Taylor (Director, Institute of Historical Research)
Edward Acton (Vice-Chancellor, University of East Anglia)
Malcolm Chase (Chair, Social History Society & Professor of Social History, University of Leeds)
Jane Humphries (President, Economic History Society & Professor of Economic History, University of Oxford)
Alexandra Walsham (President, Ecclesiastical History Society & Professor of Modern History, University of Cambridge)

3.00 Panel Two

Chair: Jane Winters (Head of Publications, Institute of Historical Research)
Philip Carpenter (VP and Managing Director, Social Sciences and Humanities, Scientific, Technical, Medical and Scholarly, Wiley)
Simon Chaplin (Head of the Wellcome Library)
Caren Milloy (Head of Projects, JISC Collections)
Daniel Pearce (Commissioning Editor, Humanities and Social Science Journals, Cambridge University Press)

4.00 Tea/coffee

4.15 Roundtable discussion

Chair: Peter Mandler (President, Royal Historical Society)
Kimm Curran (History Lab Plus)
Michael Jubb (Executive Director, Research Information Network)
Mark Llewellyn (Director of Research, Arts and Humanities Research Council)
Lyndal Roper (Regius Professor of History, University of Oxford)

Registration is required, but there is no charge for attendance.

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February 26, 2013, 5:00pm BST

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