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Modern British History

                     Lent Term 2017

 

Castlereagh Room in the Fisher Building, St John’s College
Thursdays at 5 pm. Wine will be served before the discussion. 
 

 

26th January
Matt Houlbrook, University of Birmingham:
Prince of Tricksters: The Incredible True Story of Netley Lucas, Gentleman Crook

9th February
Graham Earles, University of Cambridge:
'Fifty-four Forty Or Fight':  British policy and international law in the settling of the Oregon question with the United States, 1842-46

23rd February
Margaret O'Callaghan, Queens Belfast:
Roger Casement, Alice Stopford Green and the politics of the Irish past

 9th March
Julia Stapleton, Durham University:
[to be held in the Lightfoot Room, St John’s College]
Conservatism within the Church of England, 1900-1939: Hensley Henson and Lord Hugh Cecil on Church, State, and Nation.

 

Lent Term 2017 programme - print version

 

The Seminar is grateful for the generous support provided by the Trevelyan Fund

Convenors:
Eugenio Biagini

Lawrence Klein
Jon Lawrence
Renaud Morieux
Jon Parry
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26 Jan – Matt Houlbrook, University of Birmingham, Prince of Tricksters: The Incredible True Story of Netley Lucas, Gentleman Crook

9 Feb – Graham Earles, University of Cambridge: 'Fifty-four Forty Or Fight':  British policy and international law in the settling of the Oregon question with the United States, 1842-46

 

23 Feb - Margaret O'Callaghan, Queens Belfast: Roger Casement, Alice Stopford Green and the politics of the Irish past

 

9 March – Julia Stapleton, Durham University [to be held in the Lightfoot Room, St John’s College]: Conservatism within the Church of England, 1900-1939: Hensley Henson and Lord Hugh Cecil on Church, State, and Nation.

 

 

 

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