Ealing Branch Programme


Ealing Branch Programme 2021-22

Meetings are usually held on the second Tuesday of each month at Ealing Green Church, W5 5QT, at 7.30pm, with the exception of the September meeting which will be held by Zoom, and the October meeting which takes place at Twyford School at 6.30 pm.

Please note that due to the Covid-19 situation changes to the programme may need to be made, including holding some meetings by Zoom. Changes will be notified on our website: www.ealinghistory.org.uk, by email and on local Facebook sites

 

 

2021

 

14 September

Dr Aaron Columbus, Birkbeck College, University of London,

‘”Disbursed to the releife of divers persons visited with sickness in this parishe”: The Response to Plague in the Suburban Parishes of Seventeenth-Century London’

[ZOOM  Webinar]

 

 

12  October

N.B. This meeting takes place at Twyford High School at 6.30pm.

Dr Christopher Dillon, Senior Lecturer in Modern German History, King’s College London,

‘Consent and Coercion in the Nazi Seizure of Power’    

 

 

9  November

Keith Lowe, freelance historian,

‘1945: The War That Never Ended’

 

 

14 December   

Dr John Schofield,  St Paul's Cathedral Archaeologist,

Saxon and Medieval Paul's Cathedral +  AGM  

 

 

 

2022    

 

11 January

Professor Anne Curry, Emeritus Professor of Medieval History, University of Southampton ,

‘Joan of Arc’ [title to be confirmed]

 

 

8 February

Dr Perry Gauci,  Fellow and Tutor in Modern History, Lincoln College, Oxford,     ‘

Walpole and his Critics’   

 

 

8 March

Professor Peter Mandler, Professor of Modern Cultural History, Gonville & Caius College, Cambridge, President of the Historical Association

‘Voices from the Cohorts:  Why 1946, 1958 and 1970 are Key Dates in Postwar British History'

 

 

12 April           

Ian Stone, Visiting Research Fellow at King’s College London, Lecturer in a number of American universities in London,

Civil Writes: crafting the history of medieval cities’

 

 

10 May

Professor Toby Green,  Professor of Precolonial and Lusophone African History and Culture, King’s College London, 

‘West African Kingdoms’ [title to be confirmed]

 

Members (£15 annual fee) and Visitors (£5 per talk) Students free.  Secretary: Mr Rodney Reid

tel. 0208 997 3080      email rodneygvreid@aol.com