Saturday, 26 July 2014

Stop the First World War lecture series

Conway Hall Ethical Society and the Socialist History Society present

Stop the First World War - Oppositions to the Great War

A series of talks and discussions every Tuesday evening at 7pm from 30th September to 11th November 2014.
Curated by Deborah Lavin, and presented by Conway Hall Ethical Society and the Socialist History Society.
All lectures are £5
(£3 concessions and members of participating societies)
 Bookable Online
Conway Hall, 25 Red Lion Square
Holborn, London WC1R 4RL
Conway Hall is owned and operated
by Conway Hall Ethical Society.

Registered charity 251396

30 September at 7pm
Norman Angell - Liberal, Radical, Socialist, Pacifist or Patriot?
Prof. Martin Ceadel

7 October at 7pm
Bertrand Russell’s response to WWI
Chris Bratcher
Ramsay MacDonald and WWI
John Grigg

14 October at 7pm
British Labour Movement and the Outbreak of WWI
Prof. Willie Thompson
A Movement Divided, The Labour Movement and WWI
Prof. Keith Laybourn

21 October at 7pm
Irish Labour and WWI
Prof. John Newsinger
Radical Liberalism and the Outbreak of WWI
Duncan Bowie

28 October at 7pm
The Pankhursts at War
Katherine Connelly
Isabella Ford - Socialist and Feminist Peace Campaigner in WWI
Prof. June Hannam

4 November at 7pm
1914 and the Schism in International Anarchism
Pietro Dipaola
Not Our War
Tony Zurbrugge

11 November at 7pm
From Slaughter to Mutiny
Ian Birchall
WWI and the Russian Revolution to 1923
Prof. Christopher Read

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