The 78th Anglo-American Conference of Historians takes as its theme 'Cities' and boasts a wide range of speakers on cities and their inhabitants throughout the world. As well as plenary lecturers Derek Keene, Wim Blockmans, Lynn Hollen Lees and Swati Chattopadhyay, many more researchers in the field of urban history will be speaking over the two days.
Set in the heart of London, with the British Museum just a stone's throw away, this is a perfect opportunity to investigate both London and the grand art deco buildings which are home to the Institute of Historical Research. With an academic book fair, conference exhibition and evening reception, this year's Anglo-American is an event not to be missed.
The conference takes place on 2-3 July, with delegates able to choose a one- or two-day pass at a competitive rate.
Institute of Historical Research
(Five minutes walk from Russell Square tube station; 10 minutes walk from Kings Cross and Euston stations.)
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