BrANCH 2012: Final Thoughts

I thoroughly enjoyed my first experience with BrANCH. The hosts, especially fellow Bulldog David Gleeson, were gracious. I liked conversing with graduate students and senior scholars from the U.K. about history, politics, and culture. The panels were excellent. I can’t make the conference every year, but I hope to have the opportunity to present there again.

Newcastle was beautiful, as I found out during a sight-seeing jaunt the last day.

Castle Keep, Newcastle
The river Tyne from the top of Castle Keep
Millennium Bridge, Newcastle
Tynemouth Castle, Tynemouth
The North Sea from beside Tynemouth Castle
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