The Voluntary Action History Seminar is part of the programme at the Institute of Historical Research, held in Senate House, Malet Street, London WC1E 7HU.
NOTE: DUE TO THE ONGOING BOYCOTT OF SENATE HOUSE, THE SEMINAR SERIES HAS TEMPORARILY RELOCATED. PLEASE SEE BELOW FOR LOCATION INFORMATION.
Everyone is welcome to join us after each seminar for a glass of wine!
Our seminars are currently on hold. The Institute of Historical Research is not available for in-person seminars in the autumn term, and after the New Year it may be able to offer some limited facilities for some seminar groups in order to comply with social distancing rules. We are keeping a watching brief on what facilities will be available. We have for the moment rejected holding Zoom seminars, and we have looked into the possibility of holding in-person seminars at COVID-compliant venues (such as the Living Centre near the British Library) outside IHR. We will let you know as soon as possible what we will be doing and apologise to those confirmed speakers who are gallantly awaiting their moment. And please note we have a new seminar convenor – Mike Locke – who can be contacted on firstname.lastname@example.org.