We thought it was time to survey the membership to make sure that what we do is still useful and good value for our members
At the SHCG AGM, held at this year’s conference, on 11 July in Leeds, several changes were made to the SHCG committee.
Several committee positions will be falling vacant this summer, so if you are interested in becoming more active in SHCG, now's your chance!
Last year's journal is now online in our Resources section
Annual Conference Birmingham, 8-10 July 2010
Training handouts and notes from the most recent SHCG seminar on
Our "What to do with wooden spoons!" seminar looks at approaches to interpreting, collecting and researching domestic objects.
8 – 10 July 2010 Birmingham
Since it was established in 1974, SHCG has led the way in improving not only the status of social history in museums, but also museum interpretation, care of collections and how museums involve their communities. This could be your opportunity to become m
From the numerous drug jars, surgical implements and anatomical drawings held by the specialist medical museums to the odd tooth extractor, pill box or hernia truss we find in our social history stores many of us are faced with medical objects in our cura
Papers by Christine Johnston of the Yorkshire and Humber Rapid Response Network, Rachael Lovering of Newport Museum and Art Gallery and Maggie Wood & Nicky McIntosh of Warwickshire Museum Service and Leamington Spa Art Gallery and Museum are now available
Leeds and York, 9-11 July 2009
The organisers of the 2012 SHCG Conference are looking for contributions on the theme of
Find out more and download a tender brief and application form here.
Some of the handouts used during the excellent Skills Development Sessions at the 2011 Conference are now available for download from the
The papers for 2011's Annual General Meeting are now available online for advance reading.
Get involved and engage in some serious CPD by joining the SHCG committee at this year's AGM.
SHCG have written to York Museums Trust to express their concern over recent cuts to social history staff.
Bookins are now being taken for SHCG's 2011 conference: Who Do We Think We Are? Working with Social History Collections in the 21st Century
Handouts from February's
For this Monument Fellowship Masterclass, SHCG is joining forces with the Museums Association and Thinktank, Birmingham science museum.
The organisers of the 2011 SHCG Conference are looking for papers on the theme of
The next SHCG seminar
Some of the papers from the 2010 Conference, Big Impacts with Small Resources, are now available to read on-line.