Ealing Branch Programme 2017-18

Branch Programme

Pierre Thomas, last updated: 27th July 2017


All talks are in the Parlour of Ealing Green Church, Ealing Green W5 5QT except for 13th October. and begin at 7.30pm. HA members are free; Guests are asked for contribution of £3. For all further information see our website  http://www.ealinghistory.org.uk/


12 September

The Origins of the United Kingdom and why it nearly didn’t happen, 1502 – 1747

John Morrill -  Prof. Selwyn College Cambridge 

10 October

The entry of the United States into WW1

Adam Smith -  Senior Lecturer U.C.L.

14 November

Warsaw, Europe’s City of Suffering and Tears

Stephan Rigg - Lecturer  and Historical Assoc.  Rugby

12 December



9 January    

Rethinking Maximilien Robespierre 

Colin Jones -  Prof Queen Mary University London

13 February

Martin Luther

Lyndal Roper Regius Prof. Oxford University

13 March

The Archaeology of Crossrail

Alison Telfer. Project Officer   M.O.L. Archaeology

10 April


8 May

Zimbabwe, Nationalism, and the Lion's Den in Black London

Heike Schmidt, Associate Prof. Reading University