Friday, 5 October 2012

LSHG Newsletter #47 online

The latest issue of the LSHG Newsletter is now online - contents include Keith Flett on the new refurbished William Morris Gallery, Ian Birchall's review of Donny Gluckstein's A People's History of the Second World War (with a response by the author), more discussion around Bert Ramelson, the CPGB and CND, and reviews of Dave Renton's Lives; Running and Michael Wayne's Marx's Das Kapital for Beginners

Letters, articles, criticisms and contributions to debate are most welcome. The deadline for the next issue is 1 December 2012.  We receive no official funding and rely entirely on supporters for money for our activities. To become a member of the LSHG, send £10 (cheque payable to ‘Keith Flett’) to Keith Flett - contact him at the email address above.  Forthcoming LSHG seminars are below:

Autumn 2012
All seminars on Mondays at 5.30pm
Entry is free, without ticket
Gordon Room (G34), Ground Floor (except 5 Nov)
Institute of Historical Research
Senate House, Malet Street London WC1

15 October - George Paizis (UCL): RetranslatingVictor Serge's Memoirs of a Revolutionary

5 November - Dan Gordon (Edge Hill): Immigrants & Intellectuals: May 1968 and the
rise of anti-racism in France
Joint session with Modern French History Seminar
Please note: this session takes place in the Bedford Room (G37)

12 November - Chris Blakey: Georges Cheron and the 1936 Hotchkiss factory soviet

26 November - Pete Brown: Shakespeare's Local

10 December - Keith Flett: History of Riots project: research update

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