The East India Company at Home, 1757-1857 – Update two years on…

Family & Colonialism Research Network

Regular readers of the blog will be familiar with the East India Company at Home Project. Run originally from University of Warwick and latterly from UCL, the project aims to examine the history of the British country house in its imperial and global context.

Here the project Research Fellow Dr Kate Smith reviews the project in its third and final year. And what a three years it has been!

The East India Company at Home, 1757-1857 – Update two years on…

Much has happened since I last wrote about The East India Company at Home project for the Family and Colonialism Research Network in October 2011.

  • The project and project team now reside in the Department of History at UCL.
  • Our website has grown to include twelve case studies written by the core team and project associates and approximately twenty-five more will be added before the project ends…

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