Canterbury Branch Programme


Canterbury Branch Programme 2019-20

Talks are open to the public and are free to HA members, branch members, and students; others are asked to pay £3.00 towards expenses. Branch membership is £10.00 per year.

 

Thursday 19 September 2019, 4.30pm
Committee Meeting
Venue: Kent College, Room H1 CT2 9DT

Thursday 17 October 2019
6.15pm
: Annual General Meeting
7.00pm: 'Proto Democracy: What it Meant to be a Voter in Georgian London, 1700-1850'
Speaker: Professor Penelope Corfield, Vice-President of the International Society for 18th Century Studies (Royal Holloway, University of London)
Venue: Canterbury Christ Church University, Room OG46, Old Sessions House, Longport, Canterbury

Tuesday 5 November 2019, 7.00pm
Sixth Form Debate
Venue: King’s School Canterbury, Gateway Chamber, St Augustine’s, Lady Wootton’s Green CT1 1NG

Thursday 7 November 2019, 7.00pm
'"Monty, Bring the Blood Can!" Tooth Loss, False Teeth, and Oral Health in England, 1900-1948'
Speaker: Dr Claire Jones (University of Kent)
Venue: University of Kent, Darwin Lecture Theatre 1 CT2 7NZ

Thursday 5 December 2019, 7.00pm
'The Painter Van Dyck at the Court of Charles I'
Speaker: Edward Towne, Author and Historian
Venue
: Kent College, Old Library CT2 9DT

Thursday 9 January 2020, 4.30pm
Committee Meeting
Venue: King’s School Canterbury, Gateway Chamber, St Augustine’s, Lady Wootton’s Green CT1 1NG

Thursday 23 January 2020, 7.00pm
'The Translation of Thomas Becket and the Young Henry III'
Speaker: Professor David Carpenter, Professor of Medieval History (King’s College London)
Venue
: Canterbury Cathedral Archives, Canterbury Cathedral CT1 2EG

Thursday 6 February 2020, 7.00pm
'The Royal Marines and the War at Sea, 1939 – 1945'
Speaker: Dr Martin Watts, Senior Lecturer (Canterbury Christ Church University)
Venue: Kent College, Old Library CT2 9DT

Thursday 12 March, 7.00pm
'Obama, Clinton, and Trump: The 2016 Election in Historical Perspective'
Speaker: Professor AJ Badger, Professor of American History, Master of Clare College, Cambridge, President of the Historical Association
Venue: King’s School, Canterbury

Thursday 16 April 2020, 4.30pm
Committee Meeting
Venue: Kent College, Room H1 CT2 9DT

Thursday 7 May 2020
7.00pm
: 'The Second World War and Its Consequences'
Speaker: Sir Anthony Beevor FRSL, FRHistS
8.15pm: Buffet
Venue: King’s School Canterbury, The Malthouse Theatre, St Stephen’s Road, Canterbury CT2 7JA

 

Further events and talks will be confirmed soon.