- ‘Cold War, Small Wars and Insurgency-Conflict Post-1945’ at the Malvern Festival of Military History on the afternoon of 5 October. Details from firstname.lastname@example.org
- ‘Art and Tourism in the Eighteenth Century,’ The Arts Society, East Grinstead, at 10.00 on 9 October. Details from email@example.com
- ‘Why did the Allies win World War Two?’ at Torquay Museum on 31 October. Details from firstname.lastname@example.org
- ‘Commemorating World War One’ at Marlborough College on 1 November. Details from Matt Gow – email@example.com
- “Rethinking the American Civil War” at Oundle School at 19.45 on 4 December. Details from JMA@oundleschool.org.uk
- ‘The Press and Politics’ at 15.30 on 11 December in Harrison Building 203, University of Exeter.
- ‘Contesting the Holocaust after 1945’ at the University of Exeter Student Holocaust Conference, 14.30-15.30, 16 January 2019. Details from firstname.lastname@example.org
- ‘The Worlds of James Bond,’ a McCarthy lecture at the University of Southern Mississippi, 29 January. Details from email@example.com
- ‘The Art and Meaning of Maps’, The Arts Society, West Wales, at 11.00 on 12 February. Details from Cathy Arthur, firstname.lastname@example.org
- ‘The Art and Meaning of Maps’, The Arts Society, Welwyn Garden City, at 10.30 on 19 June. Details from email@example.com
With Nick Lipscombe, I will be leading a study tour for ACE Tours on Wellington’s 1814 campaign in France (25-29 June 2019).