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Monday, 28 August 2017
Historical Association. Essex Branch. Programme 2017/18
The Historical Association run series of lectures throughout the country. The Essex Programme has just been issued. Members of the Essex Society for Archaeology and History may be interested in going to one or more in the series.
Historical Association, Essex Branch
Talks on Saturdays, 2.30pm.
Trinity Methodist Church, Rainsford Road, Chelmsford, CM1 2XB.
Visitors and prospective members warmly welcomed. £3
30 September 2017. Eight Months that shook the world: Russia’s revolutions, 1917. Dr. Jonathan Davis, Principal Lecturer in History, Anglia Ruskin University. (There will be a short AGM before the talk)
28 October 2017. Prostitution in 19th-century Colchester. Dr. Jane Pearson, Part-time Tutor, University of Essex
2 December 2017. 1918 Revisited: How the First World War ended. Professor David Stevenson, Professor of International History, London School of Economics (Light seasonal refreshments after the talk)
13 January 2018. Oliver Cromwell: Hero or Villain? Dr. David L. Smith, Fellow, College Lecturer and Director of Studies in History, Clare College, University of Cambridge
10 February 2018. Carve her Name with Pride: Female Secret Agents in the Second World War. Dr. Juliette Pattinson, Reader in Modern History and Head of School of History, University of Kent
10 March 2018. ‘How did Martin Luther King Jr change America?’ Professor Tony Badger, Professor in American History at Northumbria University, Emeritus Paul Mellon Professor at Cambridge and Emeritus Master, Clare College, President of the Historical Association
14 April 2018. So, where did everybody live before there were Roman villas? Howard Brooks, Senior Fieldwork Archaeologist, Colchester Archaeological Trust and Visiting Fellow, History Department, University of Essex
12 May 2018. Women in Medieval London. Professor Caroline Barron, Professor Emerita, History Department, Royal Holloway College, University of London
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