Historical Association Bath Branch Lecture Programme 2018 – 2019

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Date / time: 27 September - 25 April, 7:30 pm

The Quaker Meeting House

Historical Association Bath Branch Lecture Programme 2018 - 2019

All lectures are held on Thursday evenings in the Quaker Meeting House, York Street, in the centre of Bath, beginning at 7.30.  Visitors welcome, at £3. 

Further details from Dr Boyd Schlenther, FRHS:  bss.bss.23@gmail.com

 27 September 2018      The 2016 Election and Donald Trump in Historical Perspective

Professor Tony Badger (national President of the Historical Association)

25 October 2018          English-speaking Radicals and the French Revolution

Professor Peter Jones (University of Birmingham)

22 November 2018      Rivers, Rains and Resilience:  Indus urban and rural Communities in the 3rd millennium BCE

Alessandro Ceccarelli (Magdalene College, Cambridge)

24 January 2019          The Reformation:  how Bath Abbey survived it

Jeremy Key-Pugh (Lay Reader, Bath Abbey)

28 February 2019        Modernising Calcutta: Technology, the Spectacular and the Unexpected

Dr Anindita Ghosh (University of Manchester)

28 March 2019            New Ways of ‘reading’ and contextualising the Lindisfarne Gospels

Professor Michelle Brown (School of Advanced Study, University of London)

25 April 2019              Singing the News: Ballads in mid-Tudor England

Dr Jenni Hyde (Universities of Lancaster, Liverpool Hope and Southampton)