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Publication date: Monday 14th September 2009

Giuseppe Garibaldi a hero to be worshipped?

Monument to Giuseppe Garibaldi, by Erminio Blotta (1892-1976), in Rosario, Argentina. Luis A. Blotta Digital image. GNU License.
Monument to Giuseppe Garibaldi, by Erminio Blotta (1892-1976), in Rosario, Argentina. Luis A. Blotta Digital image. GNU License.

History and the digital revolution, 'Sleaze': A Historical Perspective. Chichester Branch Programme 2009/10

All meetings will be held at the Friends' Meeting House, Priory Road, Chichester. Chairman: Mr Michael Harlock, Secretary Tony Dignum. For further details phone 01243 538585.

7.30pm Thursday 17 SEPTEMBER 2009

The President of the Chichester Branch

ANDREW FOSTER D.Phil. FRHistS FSA Visiting Fellow Universities of Southampton & Kent

HISTORY AND THE DIGITAL REVOLUTION

Preceded by Branch AGM and Refreshments.

7.30pm Thursday 15 OCTOBER 2009

ANDREW CHANDLER Ph.D.

Senior Lecturer in Modern Religious & Anglo-German History University of Chichester

BRITAIN AND RESISTANCE IN HITLER'S GERMANY  

7.30pm Thursday 19 NOVEMBER 2009

PETER HENNESSY Ph.D. FBA

Attlee Professor of Contemporary British History University of London

BRITAIN IN THE FIFTIES   

2.30pm Saturday 16 JANUARY 2010

LUCY HUGHES-HALLETT

Author of Cleopatra and Heroes, Saviours, Traitors and Supermen

GUISEPPE GARIBALDI: A HERO TO WORSHIP?

2.30pm Saturday 20 FEBRUARY 2010

PAUL SEAWARD Ph.D.

Director of the History of Parliament and Vice President of the Royal Historical Society

"SLEAZE", "OLD CORRUPTION" AND PARLIAMENTARY REFORM: A HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE AND THE CURRENT CRISIS   

7.30pm Thursday 18 MARCH 2010

Eleventh Annual John Fines Memorial Lecture

EAMON DUFFY Ph.D. DD

Professor of the History of Christianity University of Cambridge and Fellow of Magdalene College

MARY TUDOR   

7.30pm Thursday 15 APRIL 2010

PHILIP BOBBITT

Professor of Federal Jurisprudence and Director of the Centre for National Security Columbia University New York USA

DOES THE IDEA OF A "WAR ON TERROR" MAKE SENSE?

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No charge is made for attendance at the AGM and lecture on 18 September. Non­-members may attend subsequent lectures for a charge of £3.00 per lecture.