‘Britain and the Sea’ – Free to attend seminar series at Greenwich

sea boat shells

Raphael Samuel History Centre
in collaboration with

University of Greenwich

presents

HISTORY & ENVIRONMENT TALKS
‘Britain and the Sea’

About these talks
This seminar series is organized by the Raphael Samuel History Centre in conjunction with the Dept of History, Politics and Social Sciences,
Univ. of Greenwich

sea

3 December 2015

Greg Bankoff (Hull)
England’s Maritime Empire and the
World Aeolian System

boat

3 March 2016

Tim Acott (Greenwich)
& Julie Urquhart (Imperial)Heritage, Memory and Small-ScaleFisheries:A Sense of Place Perspective

shells

19 May 2016

Glen O’Hara (Oxford Brookes)
The Fight against Seaborne, Oil and
Beach Pollution in Post-War Britain

Seminars are free to attend and all are welcome! 

Location 

Room 075 (Edinburgh Room), Queen Anne Court University of Greenwich, Old Royal Naval College
Park Row, London SE10 9LS

For more information on these Greenwich RHSC seminars, please contact: Vanessa Taylor V.J.Taylor@greenwich.ac.uk

On the RSHC History and Environment Seminars in general, please contact:
George Yerby george.yerby@googlemail.com

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