Anthony Gwilliam Annual Lecture: “Why Europe? Y. Pestis. The Black Death and the Rise of Europe”

Date / time
20 May, 4:00 pm


Anthony Gwilliam Annual Lecture: “Why Europe? Y. Pestis. The Black Death and the Rise of Europe”

 

The Oxford Centre for Global History’s Inaugural ‘Anthony Gwilliam’ Annual Lecture will be held on Friday 20th May 2022. This lecture will be hosted by Professor James Belich (Beit Professor of Commonwealth Imperial History) on “Why Europe? Y. Pestis. The Black Death and the Rise of Europe.”

This will be an in-person event in the West Wing Lecture Theatre, St Cross College, Oxford. A drinks reception will be held at 4 pm, followed by the lecture at 5 pm.

For more information and to register, please visit: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/oxford-centre-for-global-history-inaugural-annual-anthony-gwilliam-lecture-tickets-288449900417

 


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