Click here In just two weeks the first online Tudor Summit will have concluded, and I wanted to make sure that your members knew about it so they could sign up - it's a totally free event bringing together some of the leading historians, bloggers, and podcasters on the Tudor period.
Talks will be broadcast online over the course of two days, and speakers include Sarah Gristwood, Natalie Grueninger (On the Tudor Trail), Tony Riches, Melita Thomas (Tudor Times) and others. We've got talks planned covering fashion, music, art, court scandals, queens, and even early feminism.
We'd love any help in getting the word out to interested societies and their membership. Registration is completely free, and people can sign up at http://www.TudorSummit.com where you can also see a list of speakers and learn more. to edit.
LFHHS One Day Conference and AGM in 2018 will be held at St Cuthbert's Church Centre Lytham Road Fulwood Preston PR2 3AR on Saturday 19th May 2018.
Put the date in your diaries now!
Further details of speakers etc will be announced as soon as these are available.
The Peace History Conference and the Working Class Movement Library present a day exploring the effects of the Russian Revolutions on the British labour and peace movements:
on Saturday 4 November
at The Old Fire Station, University of Salford
'Ways of Seeing: The Bolshevik Revolution and the British Left'. Prof John Callaghan
'Against Imperialist War: Communists in the struggle for peace'. Dr Kate Hudson
'Crusading Women in the North West'. Dr Alison Ronan
'The Last Weapon' by Theodora Wilson Wilson. Maxine Peake, Nick Wilding and Virginia Branney.
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