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  • Title: History & Policy
    Descriptive info: .. Skip to page content.. Skip to submenu.. Connecting historians, policymakers and the media.. Search:.. site map.. |.. contact us.. Home.. About us.. What we do.. Who we are.. Advisory group.. Editorial advisors.. Our supporters.. Monitoring and evaluation.. Disclaimer.. Research.. Introduction.. Policy papers.. New books.. Case studies.. Policy engagement.. Seminars briefings.. Calls for evidence consultations.. Forums.. Trade Union Forum.. Environment Forum.. News opinion.. Latest news.. Opinion pieces.. BBC History magazine features.. 10 Downing Street features.. News archive.. Events.. Events calendar.. Calls for papers.. Previous events.. Advertise your event.. Expertise.. Network of historians.. FAQs for historians.. FAQs for media and policy-makers.. Sign up.. Quick links.. New papers.. New opinion pieces.. History Policy works for better public policy through an understanding of history by connecting historians, policy makers and the media.. We believe study of the past can offer important lessons for the 21st century.. We are the only project in the UK providing access to an international network of almost 400 historians with a broad range of expertise.. H&P offers a range of resources for historians, policy makers and journalists.. These include.. policy papers.. and.. opinion pieces.. You can follow our news on.. Twitter.. ,.. Facebook.. our mailing list.. H&P Editor: 'Leveson knows his history'.. 3 December 2012.. In H&P's 100th opinion article, our Senior Editor.. Adrian Bingham.. discusses the extensive use made of history in the Leveson report and explains how the British press have repeatedly wriggled off the regulatory hook.. Are they really now drinking in the 'last chance saloon'?  ...   Minister and Foreign Secretary in the latest article for the No.. 10 Downing Street website.. Prof Bew, Reader in History and Foreign Policy at the War Studies Department, King's College London, offers revealing insights into this complex and sometimes fractious relationship.. Read the article:.. Valuing Nature: inaugural meeting of the H&P Environment Forum today.. 16 November 2012.. H&P's new Environment Forum meets today for the first time.. Convenor Dr Paul Warde, of UEA, will present ideas about 'Valuing Nature', followed by responses from Professor Peter Coates, of Bristol University, before a discussion with participants from government, civil society and academia.. An online report of the exchange will be available shortly.. For more information:.. H&P Environment Forum.. A British FBI? Creating an intelligent approach to organised crime.. 12 November 2012.. Does Britain need its own FBI, as the Prime Minister suggested in his recent speech on crime? Historian Michael Woodiwiss cautions against making British policy on the American model, in a new H&P policy paper and opinion article published today.. He warns that US organised crime policies have long been based on the myth of a highly organised and cohesive 'Mafia' threat, a myth successfully exported abroad and now evident in current Home Office strategies.. Read the opinion piece:.. A British FBI: a tough but not necessarily intelligent approach to organised crime.. Read the policy paper:.. Organised crime, the mythology of the Mafia, and the American/Anglo Response.. Please note:.. Cartoons courtesy of.. King's College London.. Martin Rowson.. More news.. back to top..

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  • Title: History & Policy site map
    Descriptive info: Site map.. Search the papers.. Papers by theme.. Papers by author.. About the papers.. Submit a paper.. Policy engagement by theme.. Seminars and briefings.. Calls for evidence and consultations.. Previous meetings.. Related events.. Practitioner papers.. News comment.. Opinion.. H P opinion pieces.. In the media.. openDemocracy.. Style advice.. BBC History Magazine features.. Articles by theme.. Articles by historian.. Articles by date.. Year ahead in policy.. Our expertise.. FAQs for media and policymakers.. Email updates.. Site map.. Contact us..

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  • Title: Contact History & Policy
    Descriptive info: The History Policy public affairs team is based at King's College London, along with our colleagues from the.. Institute of Contemporary British History.. Fiona Holland.. Public Affairs Manager.. History Policy.. Strand.. London, WC2R 2LS.. Tel: +44 (0)20 7848 7047.. Email:.. fiona.. holland@kcl.. ac.. uk.. Please note that Fiona works part-time on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.. Mel Porter.. Tel: +44 (0)20 7848 7041.. mel.. porter@kcl.. Please note that Mel works part-time on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday.. Simon Szreter.. Website Managing Editor.. Please contact Simon with any queries about submitting a H P paper.. srss@cam.. Contact us..

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  • Title: History & Policy: what we do
    Descriptive info: What we do and why.. History Policy publishes high quality historical research freely accessible online and creates opportunities for historians, policy makers and journalists to connect.. We do this to demonstrate the relevance of history to contemporary policy making and to increase the influence of historical research over current policy.. We also advise and assist historians wanting to engage more effectively with policy makers and media.. Too often policy reflects unexamined historical assumptions and clichés.. History is incorrectly assumed to be less relevant to current policy than the social and natural sciences.. At best, policy without history fails to learn past lessons and, at worst, repeats past mistakes.. Given the opportunity, historians can shed light on the causes of current problems - and suggest innovative solutions.. History Policy is committed to overcoming a reluctance among some policy makers to 'let historians in'.. Support for History Policy.. 'Working in BBC News and Current Affairs, I know that historical perspective can greatly improve the quality of debate on contemporary issues and policy formation.. But it can be hard for many people outside the academic community to reach the latest research in an accessible form.. History Policy is one of the very few  ...   in locating speakers who can offer a historical perspective to contemporary events, and so inform the political process.. Oonagh Gay, Parliament and Constitution Centre.. 'I have found the History Policy papers to be both enjoyable and very useful, especially those on local government reform and policing, which are areas I work in.. I strongly believe that policymakers would perform better if their thinking was more informed by history and am keen that the IPPR does so in its own research.. Guy Lodge, Institute for Public Policy Research.. 'If politicians would only browse here, historians hope, they might learn from what has gone before and stop reinventing so many square wheels.. They would boast less about 'new' ideas and their own 'successes' compared with the past.. Polly Toynbee, The Guardian.. 'Awareness of what went before is of considerable worth, and there's a growing sense that policymakers and public managers make decisions in ignorance of previous experience with the same subject matter.. History Policy is a grouping of professional historians coordinated from the Centre for Contemporary British History in the University of London, determined to remind the present that the administrative and policy past matters.. David Walker,.. Guardian Public.. magazine.. What we do..

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  • Title: History & Policy: who we are
    Descriptive info: History Policy is a unique collaboration between scholars at the Universities of Cambridge and London, including the Centre for History in Public Health at the London School of Health and Tropical Medicine, and.. H P is part of the.. at King's College London.. H&P is directed by five academic partners based at these institutions and managed by two part-time public affairs managers.. Partners.. Senior Editors.. Public Affairs Office.. Virginia Berridge.. is Professor of History and Director of the.. Centre for History in Public Health.. at the.. London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.. Virginia is an expert on the history of post-Second World War public health policy and in particular: smoking, illicit drugs and alcohol, the role of the media and the relationship between science and policy.. Her most recent book is.. Marketing health.. Smoking and the discourse of public health, 1945-c.. 2000.. (Oxford University Press, 2007).. Virginia and her team have a long pedigree of delivering policy-relevant research.. They have an ongoing programme of public engagement funded by the Wellcome Trust and hold regular events that bring together historians, scientists and health policymakers.. Virginia is regularly consulted by policymakers and has been involved in many initiatives on drugs and alcohol policy.. The Department of Health recently appointed her to the Alcohol Education Research Council.. To contact Virginia, email.. virginia.. berridge@lshtm.. Alastair Reid.. is a Fellow of.. Girton College, Cambridge.. and Visiting Professor of History and Policy at King's College London.. Alastair co-founded the History Policy website in 2002.. He is now the joint managing editor of the site and convenor, with Jim Moher, of the H P.. Alastair has an active interest in new media, collaboration between institutions and communicating history to wider audiences.. He is an expert on the history of the Labour Party and trade unions and is author of.. United We Stand.. A History of Britain's Trade Unions.. (Penguin, 2005) and.. The Tide of Democracy: Shipyard Workers and Social Relations in Britain, 1870-1950.. (Manchester University Press, 2010).. To contact Alastair, email.. ajr49@cam.. Richard Roberts.. is Professor of Contemporary History at the.. at King's College London, where History Policy is based.. Previously a member of faculty at the University of Sussex, Professor Roberts is a highly experienced writer, researcher and teacher.. A specialist in economic and financial history, he is author of many books on investment banking and international finance and is currently completing a study of the breakdown of the Bretton Woods fixed exchange rate system in the early 1970s.. He is a leading authority on international financial centres, especially Wall Street and the City.. To contact Richard, email.. richard.. roberts@kcl.. St John's College.. and Professor of History and Public Policy at the.. Faculty of History, University of Cambridge.. Simon co-founded the History Policy website in 2002 and is now joint managing editor of the site.. He is an expert on demographic history with extensive experience of inter-disciplinary work.. His most recent book is.. Sex Before the Sexual Revolution.. (Cambridge University Press, 2010).. He is also the author of.. Health and Wealth: Studies in History and Policy.. (Rochester University Press, 2005).. Through his current work on civil registration, Simon is involved with several interdisciplinary initiatives as well as policy work with the World Health Organisation.. He has recently co-authored a series of papers for.. The Lancet.. 's.. Who Counts?.. series on civil registration.. To contact Simon, email.. Pat Thane.. is Research Professor at.. King's College.. , London and Professor Emerita of the University of London.. She has extensive experience in both media and policy environments.. Most recently, she was appointed by the  ...   History.. (Palgrave 2010).. Her monograph,.. Knowing Their Place: Domestic Service in Twentieth Century Britain.. , was published by Oxford University Press in 2011.. She is currently researching masculinities and religion in twentieth century Britain.. To contact Lucy, email.. lmd11@cam.. Sally Sheard.. is Senior Lecturer in History of Medicine at the University of Liverpool, and Visiting Fellow at the London School of Economics.. Her research expertise is focused on health and healthcare in the nineteenth and twentieth century, and the interface between expert advisers and policymakers.. She is co-author (with Liam Donaldson) of.. The Nation's Doctor: the role of the Chief Medical Officer, 1855-1998.. (Radcliffe Medical, 2005) and, with Martin Gorsky,.. Financing Medicine: the British experience since 1750.. (Routledge, 2006).. She is currently writing a biography of the health economist and political adviser Brian Abel-Smith (1926-1996).. She has worked with the BBC and independent film makers on a number of projects, including BBC2's 2012 documentary series.. Health before the Health Service.. She also works as a consultant, providing historical context on contemporary policy issues for health authorities.. To contact Sally, email.. S.. B.. Sheard@liverpool.. Paul Warde.. is a Reader in Early Modern History at the.. University of East Anglia.. , having previously studied and lectured at the University of Cambridge.. He is an associate fellow of the Centre for History and Economics, Cambridge.. His expertise lies in economic and environmental history, especially resource management, energy history, and the history of environmental thought.. Current projects include 'Expertise for the Future', studying the development of predictive modeling and its policy impact, along with scholars at the Royal Institute for Technology in Stockholm, and the Australian National University.. He has recently been involved in debates on energy transition policies, international development, and integrating scientific and humanities perspectives on environmental change.. In 2008 he was a winner of the Phillip Leverhulme Prize.. To contact Paul, email.. p.. warde@uea.. History Policy also has an public affairs team based at the.. at King's College, London:.. Mel Porter (Public Affairs Manager).. Mel joined History Policy as Public Affairs Manager in March 2006.. She has a BA in Modern History from Worcester College, Oxford, and a Master's in Journalism from the University of Westminster.. She was previously a press officer in the Office of the Deputy Prime Minister and a News Analyst in the Cabinet Office.. Mel is the author of 'Gender identity and sexual orientation' and co-author with Becky Taylor of 'Gypsies and Travellers' in.. Unequal Britain: equalities in Britain since 1945.. (Continuum 2010).. She is also co-author with Alastair Reid of the H&P paper.. Today's toughest policy problems: how history can help.. Mel is now focusing on H P's health, welfare and social policy engagement.. To contact Mel, email.. or phone +44 (0)20 7848 7041.. Please note that Mel works part-time on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays.. Fiona Holland (Public Affairs Manager).. Fiona joined History Policy as Public Affairs Manager in September 2010.. She has a BA in History from Trinity College Cambridge and a Master's in Development Studies from LSE.. Previously she was managing editor of the Global Civil Society Yearbook at LSE and edited Orbit for VSO, which in 2001 won the One World Media Award for best magazine.. She has a background in journalism and has curated exhibitions of photography and cartoons in the UK and overseas.. At History Policy she is responsible for environment, development and international issues, including managing the new.. H P Environment Forum.. To contact Fiona, email.. or phone +44 (0)20 7848 7047.. Please note that Fiona works part-time on Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays.. Who we are..

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  • Title: History & Policy advisory group
    Descriptive info: History Policy has an expert advisory group with experience spanning history, politics, government, charities, business and the media.. This group advises us on our aims and activities.. Peter Baldwin.. is Professor of History at the University of California, Los Angeles.. His research covers the development of the modern state in Europe and the US.. He is the author of.. The Politics of Social Solidarity: Class Bases of the European Welfare State, 1875-1975.. (Cambridge, 1990),.. Contagion and the State in Europe, 1830-1930.. (Cambridge, 1999) and.. Disease and Democracy: The Industrialized World Faces AIDS.. (California, 2005).. Chris Bowlby.. studied history at Cambridge and Harvard.. He has worked for the BBC since 1988: at the World Service, as a foreign correspondent, and as a presenter and producer of documentaries for Radio 4 and Radio 3.. In recent years he has been a regular presenter on Radio 4, specialising in history.. He also writes for.. The Times.. BBC History Magazine.. was Director of the Child Poverty Action Group from 1969-79 and of the Low Pay Unit from 1974-80.. He chaired the Social Security Select Committee from 1990-7.. From 1997-8, he was Minister for Welfare Reform.. He served on the Public Accounts Committee in 2002-5 and now chairs the Pension Reform Group.. In 2010, he conducted the Government's Independent Review on Poverty and Life Chances.. Chris Harvie.. was a Scottish National Party MSP from 2007-11.. He is Emeritus Professor of British and Irish Studies at the University of Tübingen.. Chris has written widely on historical and contemporary issues, including intellectual politics in Victorian England, Scottish nationalism and North Sea Oil.. His book.. Floating Commonwealth: Politics, Technology And Culture On The Atlantic Coast, 1860-1930.. was published by Oxford University Press in 2008.. Patricia Hollis.. was formerly a senior lecturer in history at the University of East Anglia.. From 1997-2005, she was Minister for Social Security.. Since 2005 she has worked on pensions policy for women and serves  ...   previously worked for various charities, researched the contribution of campaigning to policy and written, with Peter Burns, the authorised history of War on Want.. He studied History at Oxford and SOAS.. Margaret MacMillan.. studied History at the University of Toronto and at Oxford.. Peacemakers: the Paris Conference of 1919 and Its Attempt to Make Peace.. , which won widespread acclaim and a wide range of prizes in several countries.. The Uses and Abuses of History.. She is the Warden of St.. Antony's College, Oxford University and a Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature.. The Rt Hon Peter Riddell.. is a senior fellow at the Institute for Government.. He was Chief Political Commentator of.. from 2001-10.. He is the author of six books on political history, including.. Hug Them Close: Blair, Clinton, Bush and the 'Special Relationship'.. (Politico's, 2004).. He has served on, and chaired, various inquiries into British politics and chairs the Hansard Society.. Tessa Stone.. is the Chief Executive of Brightside, which works to provide underprivileged young people with the confidence and skills to overcome social disadvantage.. She was previously the Director of the Sutton Trust.. She is a former Research Fellow in History and Admissions Tutor of Newnham College, Cambridge.. Her research interest is the role of women in military service in the Second World War.. Stefan Wagstyl.. is East Europe Editor of the.. Financial Times.. He has worked for the.. since 1983 and was previously Industrial Editor and International News Editor.. He studied history at Clare College, Cambridge.. David Willetts MP.. is Minister of State for Universities in the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills.. He shadowed three different government departments between 2001 and 2010.. He has worked at HM Treasury and the Number 10 Policy Unit.. He is a Governor of the Ditchley Foundation and a member of the Council of the Institute for Fiscal Studies.. David has written widely on economic and social policy.. Advisory group..

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  • Title: Editorial advisors of History & Policy
    Descriptive info: History Policy has a group of editorial advisors with academic expertise across a wide range of historical periods and themes, who provide specialist advice on its policy papers.. Peter Ackers.. : Professor of Industrial Relations and Labour History, University of Loughborough.. John Bew.. : Deputy Director of the International Centre for the Study of Radicalisation, King's College London.. : Senior Lecturer in History, University of Sheffield.. Andrew Blick.. : Senior Research Fellow at the Democratic Audit, University of Liverpool.. Andrew Davies.. : Senior Lecturer in Modern British Social History, University of Liverpool.. Martin Daunton.. : Professor of Economic History, University of Cambridge.. David Edgerton.. : Hans Rausing Chair, Centre for the History of Science, Technology and Medicine, Imperial College London.. Steven Fielding.. : Professor of  ...   Political History, University of Cambridge.. Helen McCarthy.. : Lecturer in History, Queen Mary University of London.. Glen O'Hara.. : Reader in the History of Public Policy, Oxford Brookes University.. Si n Pooley.. : Mark Kaplanoff Research Fellow in History, Pembroke College, University of Cambridge.. Mel Porter: History Policy.. David Reynolds.. : Professor of International History, University of Cambridge.. Mark Roodhouse.. : Lecturer in Modern History, University of York.. Nicola Sheldon: Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Institute of Historical Research.. Selina Todd.. : Lecturer in Modern British History, St Hilda's College, University of Oxford.. John Tosh.. : Professor, Department of Humanities, Roehampton University.. Richard Toye.. : Associate Professor, University of Exeter.. Chris Williams.. : Lecturer, International Centre for the History of Crime, Policing, and Justice, Open University.. Editorial advisors..

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  • Title: Our supporters
    Descriptive info: History Policy is enabled by various organisations and individuals.. Currently, key aspects of our core work are supported by the.. Esmée Fairbairn Foundation.. provides in-kind support.. We are recipients of project funding: currently these include grants from King's Futures Business Fund and the College's Annual Fund.. Previously, H P was funded by.. Arcadia.. and  ...   the.. Philanthropic Collaborative.. (2006-09).. We are currently seeking support for the new H&P Environment Forum and for a public affairs officer.. Please contact Fiona Holland (.. or +44 (0)20 7848 7047) or Mel Porter (.. or +44 (0)20 7848 7041) if you are interested in supporting H P or commissioning historical research.. Our supporters..

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  • Title: History & Policy: monitoring and evaluation
    Descriptive info: We have been evaluating our members' views of the operation and efficacy of the network as part of a long-term initiative to understand and demonstrate the impact of H P.. The overall aims of the monitoring and evaluation research are two-fold:.. Summative: the story of what has happened, stakeholders' experiences of H P.. Formative: ideas for what could happen, how H P could be shaped for the future to better work with stakeholders.. The.. first phase of this research.. , which took place in 2010, involved detailed interviews with 28 network member historians.. second phase.. , in 2011, focused on policy makers and journalists, two key H P constituencies, whose views and experiences of the project we needed to understand better because of their important role in enabling us to fulfil H P's ultimate goal of bringing high-quality history into the policy-making arena.. This phase involved interviews with 20 civil servants and journalists, conducted as were the first phase by external researchers.. It also included a.. seminar.. bringing together some of the journalists and policy makers who participated in the interviews, and historians, to discuss and try to better understand the policy-making process and how impact on public policy can be measured.. Summary of findings: Phase 1.. For many network members, H P was important for 'just being there', providing and validating the link between historians, policymakers and the media.. In this way they were highly supportive of the organisation, even if they considered themselves 'inactive members' or disagreed over the potential 'impact' of history and the role of historians in public life.. Network members had different experiences of H P and individual expectations of what the organisation could deliver.. Some were cynical as to whether politicians would ever listen to historians and others challenged H P's definitions of 'policy'.. Some network members were wary about the current use of the word 'impact,' espeically in terms of the forthcoming Research Excellence Framework (REF).. (More information on the Research Excellence Framework and the potential impact it will have on historians can be found on the.. HEFCE website.. The future of these reforms is currently uncertain following the change of government.. ) Nonetheless, despite these very different ideological perspectives, there was general agreement that H P mattered.. This evaluation investigated network members' opinions on H P services and communications, questioning what was more or less useful.. It revealed that network members generally had a high level of awareness of H P services and regularly accessed the website, and - in particular - read the newsletter.. Network members were asked about their barriers to engagement with the organisation and in doing so uncovered issues relating to both time and geography.. Many historians talked about their busy schedules and their concern about the impact of the REF upon their timetables.. Several apologised for not 'finding time' to become more involved, suggesting that time could be found if engagement with H P became a 'good use of time'.. Despite the website being 'geography-less', many felt that H P was London-centric, particularly because many advertised events were based in London.. Others talked about how H P's definition of 'policy' was London-centric and focussed on national government which, as a result, excluded their own regionally-based policy engagement.. What was revealed during the evaluation was the high level of historians' engagement with the media, both with and without the support of H P, although network members had better experiences with the media if it  ...   probably or definitely increasing.. None say that it is decreasing.. The reasons for this are around loss of institutional memory because of the high staff turnover in government and the move away from paper based systems.. All of the journalists and eight of policy makers gave the most positive response to a question about their interest in history, saying they had 'a lot' of interest in history.. Journalists and policy makers have a high engagement with H P's written resources.. Nine (out of 10) journalists and nine (out of 10) policy makers have read an H P publication.. Written resources are more regularly accessed than social media.. Five (out of 10) journalists and seven (out of ten) policy makers say that H P resources are of a high quality.. Journalists and policy makers have a relatively high view of H P's understanding of their area.. Five (out of 10) policy makers feel that H P is 'strong' at understanding policy making (and the other five answered 'neither' or don't know).. Four (out of 10) policy makers feel that H P is 'strong' at responding to policy makers.. Five (out of 10) journalists feel that H P is 'strong' at understanding the media (and the other five answered 'neither or don't know').. Six (out of 10) journalists feel that H P is 'very strong' or 'strong' at responding to the media (the other four answered 'neither or don't know').. The number of 'don't knows' indicates that H P could strengthen its relationship with stakeholders.. Respondents generally report few barriers to accessing H P's resources.. The main barrier, reported by five respondents, is 'information at the wrong time'.. Impact on policy tends to be indirect rather than direct.. Given the complex and multifaceted nature of policy, interviewees were naturally reluctant to link specific policy directions to H P.. It seems that H P's impact is more indirect, in changing the way stakeholders think, than in translating specific lessons from the past into practice.. 17 out of 20 respondents say that H P has reinforced their interest in a historical perspective on their work.. Just over half of interviewees state that H P has given them contacts, namely historians, to build a historical perspective within their work.. Six journalists say that H P has given them a story and six policy makers say that H P has given them insights into how policies might work in practice.. One policy maker says that engagement with H P has given them a new policy idea.. H P can be more influential.. Respondents gave clear guidance on how H P can increase its relevance to them:.. Information could be more accessible and vivid in language.. Information could be more practical and precise in translating the implications from history into action.. Information could be more targeted in its content and timing, taking account of online and live debates from think tanks and other vehicles.. H P should have more face-to-face meetings to establish relationships with journalists and policy makers.. Policy seminar.. Following the the completion of both phases of the evaluation, H P held a policy seminar in King's College London to discuss these issues and how historians could best make an impact on the policy debate.. Both the.. agenda.. [PDF, 202 kB] and the.. synopsis.. [PDF, 106 kB] from the seminar are available to read.. Support for the evaluation.. We are very grateful to the.. for supporting this evaluation.. Monitoring and evaluation..

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  • Title: History & Policy: disclaimer and copyright
    Descriptive info: Privacy cookies.. Copyright.. We collect information about users of this site in three different ways:.. Server logs.. Cookies.. Sign-up form.. The web server is the computer that the website sits on.. When you click on a link to go to a web page then you send requests to the server for that page, and requests for the files associated with it (like the image files in the page).. The server keeps a log of all these requests and records other information such as the time and date of each request.. It also registers whether the requested files could be found on the server.. This information is useful for us because it tells us how popular certain parts of the site are, and whether there is a problem with broken links (files not found).. The logs do not identify individual users, and we do not try in any way to identify users through correlating the log files with other data.. Cookies are small files that are placed in your computer by websites that you visit.. They are widely used to do things like store preferences and to enable shopping carts and log-in areas.. Ownership.. All cookies contain an 'owner' in the form of a domain name.. The cookies set on the History Policy site, for example, have the owner 'historyandpolicy.. org'.. First-party vs third-party cookies.. If the cookie is 'first-party' then it means the owner specified in the cookie is the same as the domain of the website that set the cookie.. So, for example, if you visit mywebsite.. com and the owner of the cookie placed on your computer is mywebsite.. com, then this is a first-party cookie.. But if you visit mywebsite.. com and the cookie placed on your computer has the owner stats-tracker.. com, then this is a 'third-party' cookie.. We only use first-party  ...   outside of the History Policy site.. See the.. Google Analytics cookies information.. Google Analytics privacy page.. for more information.. Opting out.. These cookies are not essential to the operation of the site.. If you would like to opt-out then you can block cookies in your browser (see.. www.. allboutcookies.. org.. for how to do this).. Alternatively, you can install the.. Google Analytics Opt-out Browser Add-on.. Please note that History Policy also has externally-hosted.. sites linked to from this website.. Please refer to.. Twitter's privacy policy.. Facebook's privacy policy.. The newsletter sign-up form requires your name, email address and organisation.. History Policy will not use your email for any other purpose than occasional mailing regarding the website.. We will not divulge your address, or personal details to anybody else, for commercial purposes or otherwise.. If you ask to be removed from the list, we try to do so before the next mailing.. Once your address has been removed, we will not retain any of your details.. Users of the website are welcome to download and reproduce its contents consistent with the fair dealing exceptions, in particular fair dealing for the purpose of research or private study.. In submitting their papers to this website authors are considered to have granted the editors a licence to reproduce their work in electronic form, but they continue to retain copyright in their work.. The editors retain copyright in the website as a compilation or database, as well as in the underlying source code as a computer program.. The views expressed in papers on this website are those of the authors and are not necessarily those of the editors or other staff members of the Centre for Contemporary British History, King's College London, the Centre for History in Public Health, University of London or the Faculty of History, University of Cambridge.. Disclaimer..

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  • Title: Research at History & Policy
    Descriptive info: History Policy publishes high quality history, based on peer reviewed research, in accessibly written.. These 3,000-4,000 word articles cover a wide range of topics and are intended for a broad audience, with the policy implications clearly outlined.. There are more than 120 papers at present; you can access all our policy papers by theme and by author.. features historians'  ...   on the policy lessons that arose during the process.. Our.. case studies.. are written by historians with experience of using their research in a policy environment.. They explain any role played by H P in the process, and include lessons learned by the author for connecting history and policy.. For information about copyright and disclaimers, see the.. disclaimers page.. Introduction..

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