Event News

  • Book Launch: Essex and the Second World War

    4th June 2015

    Essex Branch celebrated the launch of 'Under Fire, Essex and the Second World War 1939-45' by Paul Rusiecki on 9th May 2015 Members of Essex Branch and visitors celebrated the launch of this newly published book. The author, Paul Rusiecki is a historian andProgramme Secretary of the Branch. The publication...

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  • Henry VIII's Reformation in European Context

    21st May 2015

    Illustrated Lecture by Dr. Tracey Sowerby  Beckenham and Bromley Branch Lecture. Thursday 11 June.  Dr Soweby of Keble College, Oxford: "My research interests cover early modern politics, religion, print culture, and intellectual culture and the interactions between them. My current project focusses on the cultural history of Tudor diplomacy." This lecture takes place from 8 p.m....

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  • Local and Community History Month

    18th May 2015

    It is half way through May, but there is still time to tell us what you are up to for Local and Community History Month (1 - 31 May 2015)Local and Community History month is an opportunity to increase awareness of all those involved with local history and its importance....

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  • 1915: a new sort of war

    18th May 2015

    Lecture at the Central London Branch by Nigel Jones (Author of ‘Peace & War: Britain 1914') Wednesday 20th May 2015, 6.30pm The Lecture will be held in the Large Wolfson Room NB01 atInstitute of Historical Research, Senate House niversity of London, Malet Street, WC1 7HU Historical Association members free, Visitors...

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  • HA to partner GA on brand new CPD

    5th May 2015

    The Historical Association has joined forces with the Geographical Association to offer two brand new full day CPD courses showing you how careful choice of content can complement and extend learning in both history and geography. Our two new courses, Investigating Ancient and Modern Egypt and the river Nile at...

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  • 2015 Historical Association AGM

    22nd April 2015

    Royal Marriott Hotel, Bristol.Friday 8 May 16.40 - 17.30All members of the Association are welcome to join us at the 108th Annual General Meeting. If you would like to raise a motion, please contact Rebecca Sullivan Rebecca.sullivan@history.org.uk by Friday 1 May 2015

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  • CPD opportunity: History teaching at Key Stage 2

    20th April 2015

    This conference is an opportunity for Key Stage 2 teachers to discuss the implementation of the new requirements in the National Curriculum and will provide detailed teaching approaches for some of the new units. Date: Thursday 11th June 2015, 09:30 to 15:45 Venue: Kent College, Whitstable Rd, Canterbury, Kent CT2...

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  • Morale in Wartime Essex - Book Launch

    8th April 2015

    HA (Essex Branch) Special Lecture and Book Launch Event Saturday 9 May, 2.00pm for 2.30; close at 4.30pm at Essex Record Office, Wharf Road, Chelmsford, CM2 6YT Dr Paul Rusiecki - "Dark Days and Dark Thoughts": Morale in Wartime Essex, 1940-41 A joint event with the Essex Record Office to launch Dr...

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  • Northern History Forum

    8th April 2015

    29 April 2015 Leeds Trinity University Book Now Ringing The Changes "Any change, even a change for the better, is always accompanied by drawbacks and discomforts" said Edwardian novelist Arnold Bennett. 2015 is a year for ringing the changes in history education and whether you see the changes to the...

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  • Bournemouth Lecture: The German Renaissance

    30th March 2015

    Saturday 9th May Dr Richard Williams, Windsor Castle, The Royal Collection ‘Grunewald; Master of the German Renaissance? ' Joint Lecture with BNSS 2.30pm start. Matthias Grünewald (c. 1470 - August 31, 1528) was a German Renaissance painter of religious works who ignored Renaissance classicism to continue the expressive and intense style...

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