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Meetings are open to all, and are free for national or local members of the Historical Association. This is a joint programme in collaboration with the History Department at the University of Plymouth. All meetings start at 7.00 pm on Tuesdays, and are held in the Roland Levinsky Building, University of Plymouth (see map on the right). All meetings take place in Theatre 2.

For more information about upcoming speakers follow the links on a person's name. Please contact us for further details.


Tuesday 4th October 2016
Faded Line British Culture and the Cold War 1947-1965
(Dr. Nicholas Barnett, Plymouth University)

Tuesday 18th October 2016 Faded Line Remembering and Memorialising the West Country Captives of Barbary Piracy c.1600 - 1675
(Dr. Jo Esra, University of Exeter)
To be followed by a brief AGM

Tuesday 1st November 2016 Faded Line Ireland, the Great War, and University Students: Experience and Memory
(Dr. Tomas Irish, Swansea University)

Tuesday 8th November 2016 Faded Line Presidential Question Time
(Dr. Simon Topping and Panel, Plymouth University)

Thursday 10th November 2016 Faded Line Orange, Green and Khaki: Ireland and the Battle of the Somme
(Dr. Timothy Bowman, University of Kent)

Tuesday 22nd November 2016 Faded LineEveryday Life and Accidental Death in the Tudor South - West
(Prof. Steven Gunn, Merton College, University of Oxford)

Tuesday 17th January 2017 Faded Line Gender, Power and Early Modern Gloves
(Prof. James Daybell, Plymouth University)

Tuesday 24th January 2017Faded LineThe European Galleries, 1600 - 1800 at the V & A: Gender, Power and Materiality
(Dr. Joanna Norman, V & A Museum, London)

Tuesday 31st January 2017Faded LineWomen, Power and Popular Song
(Dr. Angela McShane, V & A Museum, London)

Tuesday 21st February 2017 Faded Line Auschwitz: the Practice of Extinction
(Dr. Nicholas Terry, University of Exeter)

Tuesday 7th March 2017 Faded Line The Women Pirates: Image and Reality
(Dr. John Appleby, Liverpool Hope University)

Tuesday 14th March 2017 - Christopher Durston Memorial Lecture
Faded Line Cromwell's Trunks: Loyalty, Memory and Public Opinion in Early Modern England
(Prof. Ted Vallance, University of Roehampton)

Tuesday 9th May 2017 Faded Line Slander and Insults in Elizabethan Devon
(Dr. Todd Gray, Devon historian and author)
This lecture is held jointly with Devon History Society: free for their members

Historical Association Plymouth Branch 2011-16