The Ben Pimlott Memorial Lecture 2017
America First - or the British Empire Last? Anglophobia in the 1930s and 1940s (Or: What Marriages Do to People) by Professor Deborah Cohen, Northwestern University, USA
Tuesday, 4 July 2017, 6:00 p.m.
King's College London
Reception to Follow
Anatomy Lecture Theatre (K6.29)
6th Floor, King's Building
King's College London Strand Campus
The reception to follow will be held
Directions: Arrive at the Strand Campus of King's College London, next to Somerset House, opposite the Aldwych and St Mary le Strand. The nearest tube stations are Temple and Charing Cross.
Take the lifts to level 6, turn right and K6.29 is on your right.
Map of the Anatomy Lecture Theatre: http://www.kingsvenues.com/Conferences-Meetings/Strand/ALT.aspx
About the Ben Pimlott Memorial Lecture
In honour of the late Ben Pimlott, Twentieth Century British History, the Institute for Contemporary British
- 2016, Telling Tales of a New Jerusalem: A Personal History*
by David Kynaston
- 2015, A Brief Supremacy: The Fragmentation of the Two-Party System in British Politics, c. 1950-2015
by Ross McKibbin
- 2014, The Two Cultures Revisited: The Humanities in British Universities Since 1945
by Peter Mandler
- 2013, Vox Populi?: The Recorded Voice and Twentieth-Century British History
by Joe Moran
- 2012, The BBC and the ‘Hidden Wiring’ of the British Constitution: The Imposition of the Broadcasting Ban in 1988
by Jean Seaton
- 2011, The ‘Big Society’ and the ‘Big State’: Creative Tension or Crowding Out?
by Pat Thane
- 2010, The Permissive Society Revisited
by Frank Mort
- 2009, ‘Inescapable, Necessary and Lunatic’: Whitehall’s Transition-to-war Planning for the Third World War
by Peter Hennessy
- 2006, Why Britain is in Europe
by Timothy Garton Ash
*David Kynaston's lecture will not be available online.