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Churchill and the Myths of Brexit Lecture

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Churchill and the Myths of Brexit Lecture

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The Department of Humanities at St Mary’s University is proud to present a series of lectures showcasing historical research and scholarship. Admission is free and all are welcome.

Prof John Charmley, 'Churchill and the Myths of Brexit' - Thursday 25th October, 6:15pm, Waldegrave Drawing Room

In the first of our new series of public lectures in History, Professor John Charmley will discuss the influence of Britain’s 20th Century history on current political discussions about the UK’s place in Europe and the wider world.

Professor Charmley is a leading specialist on Churchill and the Second World War. His work on the subject includes Churchill: The End of Glory: A Political Biography (Harcourt), Chamberlain and the Lost Peace (Ivan R. Dee) and Churchill’s Grand Alliance: The Anglo-American Special Relationship (Harcourt).

Other events in the series: 

  •  Prof Glenn Richardson, ‘The King’s Cardinal? Wolsey and Henry VIII’ - 15th November 2018, 6:15 pm
  • Dr Sinead McEneaney, Dr Mark Donnelly, Dr Richard Mills, ‘Rethinking the Global 1960s: A Roundtable Discussion’ - Thursday 6th December 2018, 6:15 pm 

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For more information about this event please contact stewart.mccain@stmarys.ac.uk.


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