Thursday, July 23, 2009

Can You Write About Conservative History?

If so, the editor of the Conservative History Journal, Helen Szamuely, would like to hear from you. She's putting together the autumn issue and would like some new blood to write the the Journal. More details HERE. Or email szamuely AT aol DOT com.

8 comments:

Gary Elsby said...

'CONSERVATIVES-A WARNING FROM HISTORY'

Available from all good bookshops.

Expat said...

No I cannot write a history but I am wondering about this question:
If Gordon Brown is correct and there are enough helicopters in Afghanistan, then why is Bob Ainsworth busting a gut trying to get more out there.

wifflebammer said...

LABOUR-MAKING THE BNP LOOK GOOD.

Available from all good bookshops.

Cjamesk said...

"'CONSERVATIVES-A WARNING FROM HISTORY'
Available from all good bookshops."

LoL touché!

(Off topic but heard this today)

What did Socialists use before they had candles?
Electricity.

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A Change of Personnel said...

David Melding, Tory Welsh Assembly Members writes well about Conservative History in his book Will Britain survive beyond 2020? maybe you could ask him if he's got a spare hour or two to lend to you :)

Lawless said...

I read this as 'is it possible to write about Conservative History?' ANd I thought, 'I shitting hope so... my dissertation's on conservative history!' I was terrified the omniscient Mr Dale would pull the rug from under my thesis!

Blackacre said...

What is conservative history though? Sounds to me like a type of Macauleyism with history going along a path to an inevitable conclusion in favour of conservatism. A history of conservatism I can get, but conservative history is strange.