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Second Douglas Johnson Memorial Lecture in French History:


The Society for the Study of French History

and

The Institute of Historical Research, London

present:

Professor Richard Thomson (Watson Gordon Professor of Fine Art at Edinburgh University): 'New Wine in Old Bottles: Adapting and Abusing Tradition in French Visual Culture, 1880-1910' (18th January 2012, Chancellor's Hall, Senate House, IHR).



The Second Douglas Johnson Annual Lecture Jan 2012

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Other Lectures:

The First Douglas Johnson Annual Lecture:
The Society for the Study of French History and The Institute of Historical Research, London present:
The Century of Charles de Gaulle, By Professor Julian Jackson (Queen Mary University of London), Wednesday 24 November 2010. [Further details]


The Third Douglas Johnson Annual Lecture:
The Society for the Study of French History and The Institute of Historical Research, London present:
Professor Ruth Harris, (New College, Oxford), 'Rolland, Gandhi and Madeleine Slade: Spiritual Politics, France and the Wider World' (January 2013).
[details and podcast of event]

The Fourth Douglas Johnson Annual Lecture:
The Society for the Study of French History and The Institute of Historical Research, London present:
Professor Andrew Knapp (University of Reading), 'Bombing and Memory: Britain and France, 1940-1945' (January 2014).
[details and podcast of event]

The Fifth Douglas Johnson Annual Lecture:
The Society for the Study of French History, the Association for the Study of Modern and Contemporary France and The Institute of Historical Research, London present:
Professor John Horne, (Trinity College Dublin), 'Myth or Model? The French Revolution in the Great War' (January 2015).
[details and podcast of event]

 

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