The Destruction of Stonehenge: Iconoclasm, Reputation and Memory in the British Civil Wars
It is just over 500 years since the Reformation, and Professor Alexandra Walsham, Professor of Modern History, University of Cambridge and Fellow of Trinity College, will give a public lecture: The Destruction of Stonehenge: Iconoclasm, Reputation and Memory in the British Civil Wars.
This is the second lecture in a series organised by Trinity College to mark the 40th anniversary of the admission of women to the College. Please save the date for the third lecture on Wednesday 28 November 2018: Men, Women, and the Family: 1978-2018 by Jo Miles, Fellow of Trinity College; Reader in Family Law & Policy, Faculty of Law.
This event is free and open to all. Please reserve your place: https://alexwalsham.eventbrite.co.uk
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