Bournemouth, Christchurch, & Poole Branch Programme


Bournemouth, Christchurch, & Poole

Branch Programme 2021-22

There is an admission charge of £4. 00p for non- HA members and £2.50p for students at Monday lectures. Associate membership of the branch is £15 per year. Monday evening lectures take place at 7.25 pm at the West Cliff Hotel, Durley Chine Rd BH2 5JS. Free parking is available in the two car parks at the hotel BUT visitors must tap in their car registration details on the touch screen in reception or receive a fine. (Use m1, m 2, 1, 3,16, 18,19, 20 and 36 buses getting off at St Michael’s Roundabout).

 

 

Monday 20th  September 2021

Prof. Peter Mandler, Cambridge University, President of the HA

The Origins of Mass Society: Speech, Sex and Drink in Urbanising Britain 1780- 1870’ 

7.25 pm start

 

 

Monday 11th  October 2021

Dr James Ross, University of Winchester

Popular Rebellion and the weakness of the early Tudor State’ 

7.25 pm start

 

 

Monday 15th November

Dr Priti Mishra, Southampton University

Ghandi and India’s Independence Movement’

7.25 pm start

 

 

Monday 28th February

Prof Kendrick Oliver, University of Southampton

Explaining McCarthyism’ 

7.25 pm start

 

 

Monday 28th March,

Dr Craig Lambert, Southampton University

‘The Merchant Fleet and the Maritime Trade of South-Coast Ports, 1565-1590’

7.25 pm start 

 

 

Monday 11th April

Prof. Munro Price, University of Bradford

'Secret Diplomacy during the 100 Days of Napoleon'

7.25pm start  

 

 

Monday 23rd May

Dr Annelies Cazemier, Southampton University

Macedon after Alexander the Great ’

7.25 pm start

 

 

Monday 13th June

Dr Eleanor Quince, Southampton University

The Great Exhibition of 1851’

7.25 pm start