Going online for 2021, the Centre for Kent History and Heritage’s Tudors and Stuarts 2021 offers a fascinating choice of ‘live’ talks under the themes of ‘Royalty and Conflict’, ‘Minorities’, ‘Manuscripts and Religion’, and ‘Social History’.
Comprising a programme of eleven lectures to choose from, the Centre’s online 'live' Tudors and Stuarts 2021 offers an exciting range of expert speakers, including Alec Ryrie, Lena Orlin and Onyeka Nubia. We are delighted to welcome back speakers like Glenn Richardson, Amy Blakeway and Keith McLay; as well as new lecturers, including Andy Wood, Pamela King and Matthew Johnson. There will be two films (see programme), bookending the Weekend, and a ticket for each will be freely available to those who purchase at least one lecture ticket. Lectures will not be recorded to provide audiences with an experience as close as possible to our previous History Weekends.
Tickets for each talk cost £7.50 per person (email), and for those seeking a ticket for each of the eleven lectures, a Weekend Ticket, the budget price is £60. As before, the aim of the organisers of the History Weekend is to raise money for the Ian Coulson Memorial Postgraduate Award fund to help those at CCCU wishing to research Kent history topics. For more information and joining details click here