Day Conference: A Radical Inheritance? Commemoration, Memorialisation and Traditions of Protest in the History of Popular Radicalism
August 7, 2013 Leave a comment
The School of History, in conjunction with the Society for the Study of Labour History, the Scottish Labour History Society, and Liverpool University Press, is holding a one-day conference on Saturday 23 November 2013. A Radical Inheritance? Commemoration, Memorialisation, and Traditions of Protest in the History of Political Radicalism features keynote addresses from Dr Tom Buchanan (University of Oxford) and Dr Gordon Pentland (University of Edinburgh).
The conference will explore contested histories, popular memory and forms of commemoration in both radical politics and in the writing of labour history itself. Please find the full conference programme at http://www.sslh.org.uk/perch/resources/a-radical-inheritance-conference-programme.pdf
Online conference registration is available from 1 August through the University of St Andrews Events page.
Registration fees are £15 for full delegates, with a discounted rate of £10 available to postgraduate students and members of both the Society for the Study of Labour History and the Scottish Labour History Society.
For further details, please contact the conference organiser, Malcolm Petrie.