The Psychology of Brickwalls – Oxfordshire FHS Talk – 27 February 2017
On Monday, 27 February, Sharon Hintze will talk to Oxfordshire FHS on:
The Psychology of Brickwalls
This is not a straightforward how to solve it talk. It takes a more adventurous and philosophical view of brick walls. The usual causes for dead ends are identified, such as not knowing where to look for an answer. Then the subject of which types of questions may not have satisfactory answers is introduced, with plenty of opportunity for those present to contribute ideas. Finally, the role of our own psychology and its impact on our search is explored. The speaker will be happy if listeners go away with some new ideas for evaluating and tackling their brick walls. Come prepared to jump in and debate the issues raised and suggestions given!
Sharon Hintze is the Director of the London FamilySearch Centre, currently based within The National Archives at Kew. As such, she frequently interfaces with people who are stuck somewhere in their tree. She is a Fellow of the Society of Genealogists. A fifth generation family historian, her ancestors come from the British Isles and Denmark.
We meet at the Exeter Hall, Oxford Road, Kidlington, OX5 1AB, with the talk starting at 8:00pm. Doors open at 7:15pm, when there will be advisors offering computer and genealogy help, and tea and coffee will be available.
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