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Katrina Navickas on protest and the politics of space and place

Dr Katrina Navickas is the author of Protest and the Politics of Space and Place, 1789-1848 and its associated website. She is senior lecturer in history at the University of Hertfordshire and Director of the Centre for Regional and Local History. In 2015 she was a winner of the British Library Labs competition, working with the Digital team at the British Library to develop the Political Meetings Mapper. Until now she been best known for her work on the Luddite machine breakers of 1812… Continue reading Katrina Navickas on protest and the politics of space and place