Birkbeck History Society is pleased to announce its Autumn programme of speakers, beginning on October 8, 2015 with KCL’s Prof. Edith Hall.
- Thursday 8th October 2015, 6pm, Clore building, room 306: Prof. Edith Hall (KCL) – “Ancient Greek Minds and the Sea” (Edith Hall)
- Monday 2nd November, 6pm: Prof. Jane Caplan (Oxford, Birkbeck) – “Tattoos and Popular Culture in Pre-war Germany” (Jane Caplan)
- Friday 13th November 2015, 6pm: Prof. Robert Iliffe (Sussex) – “Isaac Newton’s World: The Private Tribulations of a Puritan Natural Philosopher in Late 17th Century England” (Robert Iliffe)
- Friday 11th December 2015, 6pm: Lisa Hilton -“Elizabeth I; Renaissance Prince” (Lisa Hilton) This event will be followed by end of term drinks.
(Rooms to be confirmed.)
The programme for the Spring Term will follow in due course.
Membership of Birkbeck History Society costs £10 for the year or £4 for non- members per event. For more information, contact email@example.com