Archive for May, 2010



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May
10

LSHG Newsletter online

Readers of Socialist History News may be interested to note that the latest newsletter (No. 38, April 2010) of the London Socialist Historians Group is now online, and features articles on the People’s History Museum in Manchester, Ian Birchall on Robert Service’s award-winning biography of Leon Trotsky and various archives in London concerning British Trotskyism, Alan Woodward on radical Bristol posties, and last but not least Keith Flett on ‘The Old Corruption – and the New’.

03
May
10

Some upcoming events in London

Saturday 15 May Socialist History Society AGM 1.00 p.m., followed at 2.00 p.m. by public lecture: Willie Thompson speaks on Cold War Liberalism and Liberals. Venue: Library, Bishopsgate Institute. Admission £1.50 to public lecture

Monday 17 May Syndicalism: Lessons for today Public Meeting organised jointly by the London Socialist Historians and the Socialist History Society, 6.00pm in the Pollard Room, the Institute of Historical Research, Senate House, Malet Street, London WC1

Thursday 10 June – Deborah Lavin speaks on Bradlaugh contra Marx – a Public Meeting organised by The Socialist History Society, 7pm, At the Bishopsgate Institute (opposite Liverpool Street)

1-5 July Marxism 2010 ‘Ideas to Change the World’ – conference in London with hundreds of meetings, films etc and various speakers including socialist feminist historian Sheila Rowbotham, Tariq Ali and Tony Benn.

01
May
10

May Day Greetings to our readers




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