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Karin Doull

Principal Lecturer at University of Roehampton

Karin Doull is a principal lecturer at the University of Roehampton specialising primary history. She is a fellow of the Historical Association. She is a Chartered Teacher of History (CT Hist) and writes extensively for the Primary History journal. She is also active in promoting history through workshops, webinars and conference seminars. She is co-author of Mastering Primary History, (2019) published by Bloomsbury, as well as a professional and peer-reviewed journal article, and book chapters. Karin has been involved in a number of fellowship projects including a Holocaust Teacher Fellowship (with the Imperial War Museum) and Transatlantic teacher fellowship (with The National Archives) working with international colleagues to explore twentieth century history. She has recently been involved with supporting a teacher fellowship CPD programme developed by the Historical Association. Her most recent publication is a chapter in Arts Education in the Primary School (2021) by Susan Ogier and Susie Tatchell.

Karin Doull's contributions

Sensory Histories and Sensory Pedagogies

16 Jul 2021 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

#BERA_History @BERANews This webinar will bring together historians of education working with sensory history approaches and history educators who employ sensory pedagogies in their teaching...

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