Date / time
6 October - 30 June, All day
Saturday, 6th October, 2018 – Presidential Lecture ‘The Road to 1918: how the First World War Ended’
Professor David Stevenson, Professor of International History, London School of Economics, Branch President. Followed by the Branch AGM
Saturday 17th November, 2018 – Tour – The Queen’s Gallery, Buckingham Palace to visit the Exhibition ‘Russia: Royalty &The Romanovs’
Saturday, 8th December, 2018 Derek Knights Memorial Lecture: Evidence and Origins: Discovering the Anglo-Saxon Kingdoms at the British Library’ (Dr Alison Hudson)
To be followed by the Branch Christmas Social(Social free to Central London Branch Members; £6 non-Members)Pre-booking for the Christmas Social required for everyone for catering purposes.
Saturday, 9th February, 2019 – Lecture: ‘How did Martin Luther King Change America, 1955-2019?’ (Professor A.J Badger, Professor in American History at Northumbria University,Emeritus Paul Mellon Professor at Cambridge and Emeritus Master, Clare College, and President of the Historical Association)
Saturday, 30th March, 2019 – Guided Walk: ‘Physicians, Prisons and Poets’ A walk around Old Southwark with London City Guide Pat Smith. Meet at 11.15 outside Costa Coffee, Hays Galleria, Tooley Street, London Bridge. Pre-booking and payment required (see Booking Form). Pat’s contact number is: 07860 221191 (on day of walk only)
Saturday, 13th April, 2019 – Lecture: ‘Oliver Cromwell: hero or villain?’ (Dr David L. Smith, Fellow, College Lecturer and Director of Studies in History, Clare College, University of Cambridge).
Saturday, 18th May, 2019 – Talk: ‘India Conquered. Britain’s Raj and the Chaos of Empire’ (Dr Jon Wilson, Vice-Dean (Education) Faculty of Arts and Humanities, King’s College London)
Sunday, 30th June, 2019 – Guided Walk‘: A Putney Potter’ with Ann Archbold, a Qualified London City Guide, Meet at PutneyBridge Station at 2.30pm. Ann’s contact numbers are: 020 7625 6976 or mobile (on day of walk only) 07884 410812
Pre-booking and payment required. Booking form and further details available at: https://www.history.org.uk/student/resource/1433/central-london-branch-programme