A one-day symposium on the life, work and impact of the marginal minority with their restless doubts, controversial lifestyles and utopian dreams, from a Theosophical Messiah to the zombie researches of William Seabrook. Find out more, or book a ticket.
The Library is particularly delighted to announce a plenary address from Professor Roger Luckhurst, (Birkbeck College), and a closing keynote from Dr Lesley Hall, archivist and historian (Wellcome Trust and University College London).
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Event Schedule and Details
|Date||Details||Register for event|
|9 April, 6 p.m.||Cyril Pearce. War resisters in Britain during the First World War – a re-appraisal.||Register for event (Free)|
|15 April, 1 p.m.||Lunchtime talk, with Hester Swift (IALS Library): A talk on international peace organisations||No registration necessary, held in Durning-Lawrence Library, 4th Floor, Senate House Library|
|14 May, 6 p.m.||David Blake (Friends’ House). Quaker contributions in the First World War.||Register for event (Free)|
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