In addition to the three methodological workshops planned at the outset of the project, in the last twelve months the researchers on the project have also contributed to two workshops overseas. These have allowed for the dissemination of methodological lessons from the study and publicised availability of the data resources. First, Miles and Savage, M provided a workshop on ‘Mixed Methods Research’, at SFI - The Danish National Centre for Social Research, Copenhagen, 28 September 2010. Second, Elliott presented at a workshop on combining qualitative evidence with quantitative longitudinal studies in Berlin, 6 October 2010. Conference papers have also been given based on substantive findings: Elliott J. ‘Talkin’ ‘bout my generation: individual perceptions of the significance of being part of the 1958 cohort’ presented at the inaugural Society for Longitudinal and Life Course Studies conference , University of Cambridge, September 2010. Miles, A. and Savage, M.,‘The Strange Survival Story of the English Gentleman, 1945-2010, paper to The Sociology/Social History of Class in Britain: Conversations with Anthropology, CRESC workshop, Manchester, 26 May 2011, also forthcoming (2012) as a journal paper in Cultural and Social History Miles, A., ‘Mike Savage and the Missing Generation’, paper to Identity, Power and Socio-cultural Change conference, Manchester, 14 December 2010 Miles, A. ‘Accounting for Cultural Participation. Missing Cases, Hidden Values’, paper to The Social Life of Methods, CRESC Annual Conference, Oxford, August 2010 Miles, A. and Savage, M , ‘The 1958 Birth Cohort: The Missing Generation?’, paper to CRESC Ageing and Generation Conference, 1 June, 2010.