Programme of Meetings
Tuesday 9 March, 7:00pm
The Human Costs of the British Civil Wars. Christopher Durston Memorial Lecture
Professor Andrew Hopper (University of Leicester)
Tuesday 23 March, 7:00pm
THe Chicago Race Riot 1919
Dr. Cheryl Hudson (University of Liverpool)
Tuesday 11 May, 7:00pm
The enigmatic John Marshall: Founder of Plymouth emigration depot, Baltic Wharf
Dr. Liz Rushen (Monash University)
Tuesday 18 May, 7:00pm
The Archaeological complex at Calstock
Dr. Chris Smart (University of Exeter)
June/July (date to be confirmed) site visit to Calstock
This is a joint programme in collaboration with the History Department at Plymouth University.
Booking for lectures:
For all talks apart from 23rd March -The easiest approach is to book tickets online: plymouth.ac.uk/arts-institute
Otherwise, phone the Arts Institute Plymouth University T: 01752 585050
Or email - firstname.lastname@example.org
When you book, you will receive login instructions for the talk.
For March 23rd On Chicago Race Riot, the link will be sent a week before the event to those on our mailing list. For those not on our list, register for the talk at email@example.com
All talks start at 7.00 p.m., and will be available to access online after they are first streamed. Three of the talks allow you the opportunity to listen live and pitch questions to the historian presenting; the other will be pre-recorded.
Local Historical Association membership:
To keep in touch you can become a member of the Plymouth branch. Membership is free up to September 2021.
Membership Secretary: John Stead 2 Jessops, Plympton. Plymouth, PL7 4HW firstname.lastname@example.org
HA Contact Alan H. Cousins, 3 Fore St. St. Germans, Cornwall PL12 5NR Tel. 01503 230106 email@example.com