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Cherish Watton wins Royal Historical Society prize

Congratulations to Churchill postgraduate student Cherish Watton (G17) who has been awarded the Royal Historical Society Undergraduate Public History Prize for her work on the Democratic and Critical Commemoration of the Women’s Land Army in Twentieth-Century Britain.

Churchill Archives Centre plays a role in the Oscar nominated film Darkest Hour

The Churchill Archives Centre has once again been a valuable resource for the creative industries — most recently for the blockbuster Hollywood hit Darkest Hour. 

Update on cold storage at the Archives Centre

No, we still don't use it for ice cream (but then, it is January).

“The world needs science and science needs women”: Women in STEM at Churchill Archives Centre

The Churchill Archives Centre sits at the heart of Churchill College and our outstanding collections draw researchers from all over the world to the college. Our archives are primarily twentieth-century and contemporary but cover a huge range of subjects and one of the emerging strengths of our collection is the papers of women in STEM subjects. 

"Darling Monster"

The letters of Lady Diana Cooper and John Julius Norwich.