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  • Coming Up

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    The Historical Association is an active organisation with events happening up and down the UK. The local branches all have a lively lecture programme open to both members of the association and any general member of the public wishing to come along. Formal events for Teacher CPD, professional forums and...

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  • HA Annual Conference 2017 - Book Now!

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    We are pleased to announce the the programme for HA Annual Conference 2017 is now live! Book now to take advantage of Early Bird prices for a series of fantastic sessions, including a keynote lecture by none other than Michael Wood. The Conference at the Mercure Hotel, Manchester Piccadilly offers...

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  • Death in Venice

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    On the 17th March 2017 at 7-30pm Gromsby Branch will be holding a talk entitled: Death in Venice - Mortality, Memory and Medicine featuring Dr Alex Bamji, Lecturer in Early Modern History, University of Leeds. Venue: Markham Hall, St James’s School, Bargate, Grimsby, DN34 4SY Dr Bamji's research project: Death...

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  • The downfall of Napoleon

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    Event Type: Branch Takes Place: 10th April 2017 Time: 7.30 pm Venue: Cottonwood Hotel BH1 3AP How to book: There is free admission to Saturday afternoon lectures but an admission charge of £4. 00p for non- HA members and £2.50p for students at Monday lectures. Associate membership of the branch...

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  • Transforming society

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    On the 27th March 2017 at 7.30pm th Gloucestershire Branch will be hosting a talk entitled: Town and country in England, 900–1540 - How a society was transformed featuring Professor Chris Dyer, University of Leicester. Venue: Oxstalls Campus of the University of Gloucestershire Professor Dyer's research: The economic and social history...

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  • Tour of Belgium

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    Tour leaders:  Edward Towne and Charles Linfield Travelling by coach from Victoria we shall take the Channel Tunnel to the Flemish city of Ghent for a walking tour that will include the Cathedral of St. Bavo, home of van Eyck’s “Adoration of the Mystic Lamb”.   We move on to Leuven...

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  • Love, Laughter & Malice

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    On the 6th February 2017 Dr Alice Crossley (University of Lincoln) will be giving a talk to the City of Lincoln Branch entitled: "Love, Laughter & Malice: The surprising history of the Valentine in the 19th century". Alice Crossley is a Senior Lecturer in English Literature in the College of...

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  • The Levellers

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    On the 15th February 2017 Dr Rachel Foxley (University of Reading) will be giving a talk to the Buckinghamshire Branch entitled: "The Levellers: Radicalism and Print in the English Revolution". Dr Foxley's research interests are in the intellectual history of early modern Britain and Europe. Recent work focuses on the...

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  • Peel and Revolution

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    On the 14th February 2017 Professor Lawrence Goldman (Institute of Historical Research, University of London) will be giving a talk to the North London Branch entitled: "Peel and Revolution: Governing Britain 1815-46. Time: 8pm Venue: Jubilee Hall, Parsonage Lane, Enfield Description: A talk on the role of Sir Robert Peel,...

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  • Democracy and Despotism in British India

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    On the 23rd February 2017 Dr Sean Lang (Anglia Ruskin University) will be giving a talk to the Bath Branch entitled: "Democracy and Despotism in British India". Sean studied history at Oxford, where he won the university prize for American history, and was Head of History at Hills Road Sixth Form...

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  • HEIRNET 13th International Conference

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    History Education In A Changing World: The Past As A Tool For The Future 5th-7th September 2016. Faculty of Education, University of Murcia, Murcia, Spain. HEIRNET brings together colleagues from around the world interested in History's educational, moral, social, political and citizenship role. A focus of HEIRNET 2016 is History...

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