Category Archives: Events

By Wouter Hagens (Own work) [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons

History and the Housing Crisis: A Discussion Event

The next Applied History Network event on ‘History and the Housing Crisis’ will be held on Tuesday 14 June 2016, 6.30 – 8.30pm at the Marx Memorial Library. The event explores the historical roots to the current housing crisis, what historical solutions have been posed, and how we might tell the history of housing politics.

By Wouter Hagens (Own work) [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons

History and the Housing Crisis: A Discussion Event

The next Applied History Network event on ‘History and the Housing Crisis’ will be held on Tuesday 14 June 2016, 6.30 – 8.30pm at the Marx Memorial Library. The event explores the historical roots to the current housing crisis, what historical solutions have been posed, and how we might tell the history of housing politics.

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Events for Early Modernists

Birkbeck Early Modern Society would like to make early modernists aware of a number of events which may be of interest

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Events for Early Modernists

Birkbeck Early Modern Society would like to make early modernists aware of a number of events which may be of interest

A.S. Neill's Summerhill School, Suffolk

Libertarian Education: Marginal Experiment or Instrument of Social Change?

This free discussion event by Applied History Network will be held at MayDay Rooms, London on Tuesday 19 April at 6.30pm – 8pm

A.S. Neill's Summerhill School, Suffolk

Libertarian Education: Marginal Experiment or Instrument of Social Change?

This free discussion event by Applied History Network will be held at MayDay Rooms, London on Tuesday 19 April at 6.30pm – 8pm

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Sites of Resistance: Radical Bookselling – A Discussion Event

The Applied History Network is pleased to announce that its next event, looking at the importance of radical bookshops as ‘sites of resistance’, will be held at UCL’s Institute of Archaeology on Tuesday 9th February, 6.30 – 8pm

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Sites of Resistance: Radical Bookselling – A Discussion Event

The Applied History Network is pleased to announce that its next event, looking at the importance of radical bookshops as ‘sites of resistance’, will be held at UCL’s Institute of Archaeology on Tuesday 9th February, 6.30 – 8pm

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The Raphael Samuel Memorial Lecture 2015

Prof. Sally Alexander (Goldsmiths) on the politics of motherhood in mid 20th century Britain. Thursday 10 December, 6.30pm

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The Raphael Samuel Memorial Lecture 2015

Prof. Sally Alexander (Goldsmiths) on the politics of motherhood in mid 20th century Britain. Thursday 10 December, 6.30pm

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Why Labour History Still Matters: A Free Discussion Event

This event is the second to be organised by the Applied History Network. Tuesday 1 December, 6.30 – 8pm

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Why Labour History Still Matters: A Free Discussion Event

This event is the second to be organised by the Applied History Network. Tuesday 1 December, 6.30 – 8pm

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Senate House History Open Day

The event will showcase libraries, archives and organisations from around London. Librarians and archivists will be available to offer advice about resources, one-to-one clinics and training sessions. Friday 27 November 2015

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Senate House History Open Day

The event will showcase libraries, archives and organisations from around London. Librarians and archivists will be available to offer advice about resources, one-to-one clinics and training sessions. Friday 27 November 2015