People’s History? Radical Historiography and the Left in the Twentieth Century

Saturday and Sunday, 15 and 16 February 2020 at the School of History, University of East Anglia, Norwich, NR4 7TJ, UK

Organised and hosted by UEA School of History in conjunction with the journal Socialist History and the Institute of Working Class History, Chicago.

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History has always played a crucial role in the making of the modern left, both in Britain and around the world, providing a vital tool for theoretical rationale, social critique and direct action. Read on ...

Hunger in War and Peace: Women and Children in Germany 1914-1924

Socialist History Public Meeting
Dr Mary Cox ‎

November 16th 2pm

Red Lion Hall,
Basement, Tresham House, Red Lion Square,
entrance via Lamb’s Conduit Passage by Conway Hall, Holborn, WC1R 4RE

At the outbreak of the First World War, Great Britain quickly took steps to initiate a naval blockade against Germany. Read on ...

Treason

Treason: Rebel Warriors and Internationalist Traitors
Edited by Steve Cushion and Christian Høgsbjerg

An Occasional Publication from The Socialist History Society

Available for £5 + p&p [£1.50 in UK, £5 to Rest of World] – for more details please contact Steve Cushion on s.cushion23[a]gmail.com – you will be able to pay by bank transfer, paypal or cheque. Read on ...

John Ruskin, For and Against

Socialist History Society Public Meeting
2 pm, Saturday 19th October [please note change of date]

David Morgan and Duncan Bowie debate the pros and cons of John Ruskin’s ideas, their relevance for today and his influence for good or ill on the labour movement.

All events are held at: Red Lion Hall, Basement, Tresham House, Red Lion Square, entrance via Lamb’s Conduit Passage by Conway Hall, Holborn, WC1R 4RE


The Following meeting will be on November 16th
Hunger in War and Peace: Women and Children in Germany
Dr Mary Cox ‎