Putting History on the TV and the Radio

Putting History on the TV and the Radio

Compared to other academic disciplines, History gets a lot of prime time TV and radio time. It’s consistently popular, but what are the effects of the compromises needed to keep the viewers and listeners happy? This talk will give you an opportunity discuss how history has been broadcast. 

Not Just a Pretty Picture: Art as a Historical Source

Not Just a Pretty Picture: Art as a Historical Source

Art galleries are full of artwork appreciated for their great artistic and aesthetic qualities, but what about the local art collection? This talk will look at the different ways that artwork can be used in local history research.

General Meeting for Members

Special Meeting for Members on 5th October at 6pm to plan the way ahead for LVC. Please save the date and join us by Zoom. More details on the session and the Board’s strategy document will be available closer to the

What’s it Like Writing a Novel?

What’s it Like Writing a Novel?

Vaughan Open Research Forum is series of talks, workshops and interactive sessions which are open to anyone who is curious and wants to find out more.