IPUP Videos

Here you will find recordings of public events held in IPUP - scroll down to see everything.

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Bill Sherman, Professor of Renaissance Studies (York) and Director of Research V&A

"Shakespeare and the V&A"

Bill Sherman describes searching for Shakespeare at the V&A, on taking up his appointment as Director of Research - with some surprising twists and turns! Bill gave this talk under the banner of IPUP's Public Lectures series.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=IFbxFyZEdaU

Linda Porter, History Writer

"A Deadly Obsession: the rivalry between the Tudors and Stuarts"

Linda Porter, author of Mary Tudor: the First Queen, Katherine the Queen: the remarkable life of Katherine Parr, and now her latest book A Crown of Thistles: the fatal inheritance of Mary Queen of Scots, gave this talk as Part of IPUP's Public Lectures series.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=2oHGucJj3Sc

Sarah Rees Jones, Director of IPUP

"The York House Book, the York Mystery Plays and Richard III"

As part of the Centre for Medieval Studies' Richard III series, Sarah Rees Jones gave this talk at the University of York's Centre for Medieval Studies.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=rf91FD8_Ew4

Belinda Morris, Interpretation Manager, and Ed Bartholomew, Senior Curator, National Maritime Museum

"Sharing Collections in the 21st Century: What can museums do to offer access to their collections beyond the museum site?"

This lecture was part of IPUP's public lecture series 'Public History: Made in York'.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=mzA6PZOz3P4

Chris Tuckley, Head of Interpretation for the Jorvik Group, York Archaeological Trust

"Living in the Past: Re-enactment in heritage interpretation"

Chris is Head of Interpretation for the Jorvik Group of public attractions (York Archaeological Trust) which include the Jorvik Viking Centre, Dig, Barley Hall, Micklegate Bar and Monk Bar. This lecture was part of IPUP's public lecture series 'Public History: Made in York'.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=8fFNDWC-4eE

Greg Jenner, TV Writer and Producer, Historical Consultant

"Lavish Dramas, Thoughtful Documentaries and Idiots Smeared in Poo: Why making historical television is harder than you think"

TV Writer and Producer and Historical Consultant to CBBC's "Horrible Histories" Greg Jenner delivered this lecture as part of IPUP's public lecture series 'Public History: Made in York'.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=X0HRfeB4TjA

Janina Ramirez, Art Historian, Univeristy of Oxford

"The Eighth-century Northern Renaissance: Cultural Triumphs in Anglo-Saxon Northumbria"

Art Historian (University of Oxford) and TV history documentary Programme-maker and Presenter, Janina Ramirez delivered this lecture as part of IPUP's public lecture series 'Public History: Made in York'.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=8bCAgYvM_3s