Saturday 13 February, 2016, Sunday 14 February, 2016
EVENT TYPE
conference

The events of 1968, particularly those in France, have achieved a mythical status in both the memory and the historiography of the 1960s. For some, 1968 marked the end-point of a realignment of the European ‘New Left’. For others 1968 represented a student generation in revolt, and many of the...

Friday 1 April, 2016
VENUE
n/a
SPEAKERS INCLUDE
John Attfield
EVENT TYPE
call for papers

‘I am not ready to join the party’, wrote the novelist Harold Heslop to leading CPGB party theoretician, Rajani Palme Dutt in 1936, recognising the forbidding level of activism expected.  The mandatory Communist hyper-commitment repelled potential recruits and actual...

Saturday 2 April, 2016
ORGANISER

Maud Sulter: Syrcas
This is an installation of the sixteen original photomontages of Syrcas, a seminal body of work created by Maud Sulter (b. 1960, d. 2008) during the early 1990s. Sulter was an influential visual artist, poet, playwright and curator of Scottish-Ghanaian...

Seminar 1: Does England Matter?
Tuesday 9th February
Venue: Wilson Room, House of Commons, 5-6.30pm
Speakers
: Lisa Nandy MP, Clr Sarah Hayward (Leader, Camden Council), Prof Mike Kenny (Director, Mile End Institute). Chair...