News and Events

AIDS HISTORIES AND CULTURES FESTIVAL 2018

The Raphael Samuel History Centre is pleased to announce the website for this year's Public History Festival on AIDS Histories and Cultures.  Watch this space  for all the latest updates and the soon-to-be published programme. How has AIDS been experienced, represented, and remembered? With workshops, film screenings, walks, talks, and performance, this Festival explores some of the … Continue reading AIDS HISTORIES AND CULTURES FESTIVAL 2018

Family History Workshop Launch with Victoria Haskins! 2nd November

The Family History Workshop is a new initiative by the Raphael Samuel History Centre, which aims to bring genealogists and family historians together with academic historians working on the history of their own families, or who are using family history methodologies in their work. These events are not intended as training sessions for how to … Continue reading Family History Workshop Launch with Victoria Haskins! 2nd November

Visiting Lecture by Professor Michael Belgrave: Progress or Containment: History and Indigenous Rights in New Zealand 19 July 6:00-7:30 pm

The Raphael Samuel History Centre is pleased to host Visiting Professor Michael Belgrave, a prizewinning public historian based in New Zealand.  He will be speaking on History and Indigenous Rights in New Zealand at Birkbeck, University of London on 19 July at 6pm, MAL 153 -------------------------------------------------------------- From the 1970s Māori opposition to colonisation reached a crescendo, … Continue reading Visiting Lecture by Professor Michael Belgrave: Progress or Containment: History and Indigenous Rights in New Zealand 19 July 6:00-7:30 pm