Lectures

29 March

‘1917 and the Start of the Modern Age’ at Stapleford Granary, Stapleford, Cambridge. Details from trevor.barlow@acefoundation.org.uk

7 April

‘Maps and War’ at the New York Military Affairs Symposium. Details from Robert Rowen at rrowen@nymas.org

8 April

Paper at ‘The Great War, the Russian Revolution, and the Birth of the Modern Age,’ public program of the New-York Historical Society.

11 April

‘Agatha Christie’ in the Great Lives series at Mary Washington University, Fredericksburg.

14 April

In North Georgia University. Details from Tim May at tmmay@northgeorgia.edu

17 May

‘The Grand Tour’ at both Gibraltar and de la Frontera DFAS.

23 May

‘The Art and Meaning of Maps’ at Leatherhead DFAS.

7 June

‘Georgian London’ at Teignbridge DFAS. Details from a_kyte@sky.com

13 June

‘The Art and Meaning of Maps’ at Edinburgh DFAS. Details from lecture@edfas.co.uk

1 July

‘Maps and War’ at the Chalke Valley Historical Festival. Time tbc. Details from james@jholland.co.uk

16 August

‘The History of the University of Exeter’ at Reed Hall, University of Exeter for Art Fund Devon. Details from Lesley.Sharpe@exeter.ac.uk

8 November

‘The Art and Meaning of Maps’ at Bodmin DFAS. Details from rock@icloud.com

‘The Art and Meaning of Maps’ at Truro DFAS. Details from veronicajgilbert@hotmail.com

14 September

‘The Art and Meaning of Maps’ at Peterborough DFAS. Details from ann.samuel@resource21.co.uk

 15 November

‘Could the British have won the American War of Independence’, Library Evening at the Athenaeum, members and guests.

17 November

Speaking at University of Cracow. Details from mateuszborowski@yahoo.com