The latest issue of the LSHG Newsletter is now online, and includes a comment piece on the importance of archives, the continuation of debates around the Second World War with a contribution by Steve Cushion, a reply by Ian Birchall to his critics on the subject of Bert Ramelson and Harry Ratner once again on the critical role of human agency in history. There are also book reviews relating to militant anti-fascism in Britain and the life and work of Gerrard Winstanley, as well as a reminder of the forthcoming LSHG conference on the centenary of the Dublin Lock-Out of 1913. To contribute to future Newsletters please contact Keith Flett, while upcoming Spring LSHG seminars are below:
All seminars on Mondays at 5.30pm
Entry is free, without ticket
Institute of Historical Research
Senate House, Malet Street London WC1WC1
Monday 21 January, Gordon Room G34
Sue Bruley: 'Socialist Women and Women's Liberation 1968-1982: An Oral History Approach'
Monday 11 February, Holden Room R103
Peter Dwyer: 'African Struggles Today - Social Movements since Independence'
Monday 18 February, Gordon Room G34
Martin Hoyles: 'William Cuffay - Life and Times of a Chartist Leader'
Monday 18 March Gordon Room G34
Terry Ward: 'The Rehabilitation of Red Daisy, Countess of Warwick'
Edited to add: The LSHG will be holding a conference to mark the 100th anniversary of the First World War at the Institute of Historical Research on Saturday 25 January 2014. Further details to follow.
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