Oxford Branch Programme

Oxford Branch Programme 2020-21


 

Entry to meetings is free for HA members, non-members £2 per meeting. Associate membership of the branch is £10.00, couple at the same address £15.00, full-time students under 30 £6.00. Schools wishing to bring groups of students to meetings will be asked to pay £10 for the group.

 

For any further information, please contact Dr Vivienne Larminie, branch secretary, 81 Old Road, Headington, Oxford, OX3 7LA or email vivienne.larminie@history.ox.ac.uk.

 

 

Tuesday 22 September 2020

8 pm on Zoom

Everyday Life and Accidental Death in Tudor Oxfordshire

Prof. Steven Gunn, Merton College, Oxford

The Sixteenth Marjorie Reeves Memorial Lecture, preceded at 7.30 pm by the Annual General Meeting of the Oxford branch.

 

 

Tuesday 10 November

7.30pm on Zoom

Politics and society in Oxfordshire: researching the county's past with the History of Parliament project

Dr Vivienne Larminie, History of Parliament

 

 

Monday 25 January 2021

4.15 pm Magdalen College School, Cowley Place, OX4 1DZ and / or on Zoom

Why study Imperial History?

Prof. Jane Ohlmeyer, Trinity College Dublin

And

Why study Atlantic history?

Dr Sonia Tycko, St Peter’s College, Oxford

 

 

Tuesday 2/6/16/23 (tbc) February 2021

4.15 pm The Cherwell School, Marston Ferry Road, OX2 7EE and / or on Zoom

The cold war (title tbc)

Prof. Paul Betts, St Antony’s College, Oxford

And

Elizabethan Catholicism (title tbc)

Dr Katie McKeogh, New College, Oxford

 

 

Monday 8 March 2021

4.15 pm Cheney School, Cheney Lane, Headington, OX3 7QH and / or on Zoom

The Succession and Politics under Elizabeth I

Dr Alexandra Gajda, Jesus College, Oxford

And 

Napoleon (title tbc)

Prof. Michael Broers, Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford

 

 

Sunday 23 May 2021

2.30 pm walking tour on Oxford and the History of Science led by Prof. Rob Iliffe, Linacre College

 

 

May 2021 (date and location tbc)

The Seventeenth Marjorie Reeves Memorial Lecture at 8 pm, preceded at 7.30 pm by the Annual General Meeting of the Oxford branch.