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    OU OpenTALKS: British imperialist visions of Islamic states

    Online

    The Open University is running a series of short online public lectures in 2019 focussed on the ways that our view of the past and the present interact. 

    1 week, 1 day, 15 hours, 11 minutes until this event starts!


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    Trade Union and Employment Forum

    In Place of Strife (1969): Trade Union legal rights & responsibilities revisited

    Modern Records Centre, Warwick University

    The conflict between the Harold Wilson Labour Government & the trade unions over Barbara Castle's 1969 White Paper ‘In Place of Strife’ was one of the pivotal moments of post-war British Industrial Relations. In response to Peter Dorey’s new book on In Place of Strife, this seminar has two parts. In the morning there is a historical reassessment of the political episode. In the afternoon, we consider the implications for current Labour Party policy on trade unions.

    1 month, 1 day, 23 hours, 41 minutes until this event starts!


  • Upcoming event

    OU OpenTALKS - Reimagining democracy: lessons from the French Revolution

    Online

    The Open University is running a series of short online public lectures in 2019 focussed on the ways that our view of the past and the present interact.

    1 month, 2 weeks, 6 days, 5 hours, 11 minutes until this event starts!


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