From Cambridge to Capital: the Trinity Hall London Lecture Series
|Date & time|
|Location||Chancellor's Hall, University of London|
|Cost||£10 per head|
|Booking closing date||Tuesday, 25 February 12:00pm|
|Dress code||No dress code|
|Event type||Lecture and drinks reception|
*Please note that there has been a change of speaker*
‘The Vatican: A State of Mind’ by Dr John Pollard
The timings for the evening are as follows:
18:00-18:30 Drinks reception
18:30-19:30 Lecture and Q&A
Drinks are included in the ticket price (£10 per person) and you are welcome to bring up to three guests.
Dr John Pollard (1963) was professor of Modern European History at Anglia Ruskin University until 2003 when he became a fellow of Trinity Hall. He served as Director of Studies in History, Tutor and also as Fellow Archivist and Librarian until he retired in 2017. He is now an emeritus fellow of the College and was awarded the degree of Litt.D. by the University in 2019.
He is chiefly an historian of the papacy, and Italian Fascism. His PhD thesis was on the Vatican and Italian Fascism in the late 1920s and early 1930s. His most recent major work is The Papacy in the Age of Totalitarianism, 1914-1958, which was published by OUP in the History of Christianity series in 2014. He has lived and worked in Rome on and off over the last thirty years.
Booking and cost
Online booking is now available, click here. If you would prefer to book and pay by phone, please contact Emma Grieveson on +44 (0)1223 332550.
The cost is £10 per head and includes a drinks reception. You are invited to bring up to three guests.
The guest is available to view, please click here. Please note that only Trinity Hall members will appear on the list.
Venue and location
The lecture will take place at the Chancellor’s Hall, University of London, located on Malet Street, London, WC1E 7HU.
There is no dress code for this event.
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