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Introduction
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In introducing this volume, Finn and Smith discuss models of collaboration and co-production and assess the ways in which the East India Company at Home project benefited from using these approaches. Alongside suggesting new research horizons and identifying untapped source collections, working collaboratively with a range of research communities raised important questions about the nature of historical practice. In the Introduction, Finn and Smith discuss the relationship between family, local, public and global histories, the nature and significance of 'access' to primary and secondary historical sources and finally, the parameters within which effective collaboration between university-based researchers and wider communities of historians can be conducted. © Margot Finn & Kate Smith 2015. Individual chapters
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