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Upcoming Talk: Dr. Marisa Linton speaks on Danton versus Robespierre

Ever wondered what the #Metoo movement would make of the French Revolution’s leaders? Dr. Marisa Linton, Associate Professor in History at Kingston University, is speaking at the @FrenchHistoryUK conference being held at the University of Warwick, 9-10th July, 2018, with … Continue reading

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Upcoming British Library talks explore controversial aspects of America’s recent past

The British Library’s spring and early summer season includes a number of talks devoted to some controversial aspects of America’s recent history, such as the Vietnam war, the roots of ‘America First’, the evolution of Anglo-American relations, the impact of … Continue reading

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Today (15th March): Whatever happened to the British centre ground? Kingston University History Research Series Seminar

Whatever happened to the British centre ground? The next talk in the Kingston University History Research Seminar Series will be given by Dr. Jeremy Nuttall on the above theme, based on his latest research findings Amidst Brexit, the rise of … Continue reading

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Whatever happened to the British centre ground? Upcoming Kingston University History Research Series Seminar

Whatever happened to the British centre ground? The next talk in the Kingston University History Research Seminar Series will be given by Dr. Jeremy Nuttall on the above theme, based on his latest research findings Amidst Brexit, the rise of … Continue reading

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Suffrage 100: National Archives to host events to mark 1918 Act

The UK’s National Archives (TNA), located at Kew in South-West London, will host a variety of events during 2018 to mark the centenary of the groundbreaking Representation of the People Act 1918, which granted women over the age of 30 … Continue reading

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‘Fighting for our Rights’: Kingston’s role in the British disability rights movement

The town of Kingston-upon-Thames in Surrey and its surrounding neighbourhoods is a community blessed by a rich, diverse and fascinating heritage, with much of the area’s history being relevant to Britain’s wider past and, thus, its impact on present-day society … Continue reading

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Today (16th Nov): History at Kingston Seminar Series: ‘Lizards and Lies’

History at Kingston Thursday 16th November 2017 JG5002, Pen Rd. campus, Kingston University 17.00-19.00pm History Research Seminar Series Dr. Steve Woodbridge will be speaking on: ‘Lizards and Lies: The role of conspiracy theory in modern history’ There has been a … Continue reading

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