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London Socialist Historians seminars: Resistance to the Nazis, Trump, activist movements

In Uncategorized on January 9, 2021 by kmflett

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London Socialist Historians seminars

Spring Term 2021

Resistance to the Nazis, Trump & the Christian Right, Memory & Hope in activist movements

Once again socialist history seminars will be via Zoom this term.

Given the amount of on-line events and meetings I’ve stuck to the 3 seminars a term model that worked very successfully in the autumn. That does mean there is a backlog of seminar papers to be presented but we will get round to it!

The link to register and join each seminar will be posted here once the Institute of Historical Research website has been updated

Monday 25th January 5.30pm Merilyn Moos and Steve Cushion, German working class resistance to the Nazis

Link to register for the meeting: https://www.history.ac.uk/events/german-working-class-resistance-nazis

Monday 22nd February 5.30pm John Newsinger, Trump and the Christian Right: A Dark Side of American Exceptionalism

Link to register for the meeting: https://www.history.ac.uk/events/trump-and-christian-right-a-dark-side-american-exceptionalism

Monday 15th March 5.30pm Eibhlín Ní Chléirigh, Asking for the Moon: An investigation of memory and hope in activist movements

Keith Flett, London Socialist Historians Convenor

Check the website: http://londonsocialisthistorians.blogspot.com/

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