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The National Archives

Bessant Drive

Richmond

TW9 4DU

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The Big Ideas Seminar series is a successful staff seminar that explores a variety of fascinating and thought-provoking research topics. We are delighted that the series, previously held for TNA staff only, is now being opened up to the wider academic community. Big Ideas aims to create opportunities for regular meetings at TNA to discuss cutting-edge research methodologies and theories.

The first Big Ideas Seminar for this academic year will take place in our new events space where we will be joined by Professor Sue McKemmish and Dr Joanne Evans from Monash University Australia, and Professor Elizabeth Shepherd and Dr Andrew Flinn from the Department of Information Studies at UCL.


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Welcome and introductions by Dr Anna Sexton, Head of Research at The National Archives.

13:00 - 14:00

Dr Joanne Evans and Prof Sue McKemmish

Setting the Record Straight for the Rights of the Child

14:00 - 14:30

Prof Elizabeth Shepherd and Dr Andrew Flinn

Navigating the Information Rights Ecology: a UK Perspective

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