Centre for Metropolitan History Annual Report 1996-7

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Centre for Metropolitan History, (1997)
  • Subject: HIS

The Centre produces a short report each year covering its activities. This is the report for 1 August 1996 - 30 November 1997.
  • References (21)
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    C.M. BARRON, M.A., Ph.D., Reader in History of London, Royal Holloway, University of London (from 1 August 1997)

    I.S. BLACK, B.A., Ph.D., Lecturer in Human Geography, Cheltenham and Gloucester College of Higher Eucation (from 1 August 1997)

    S. FREETH, B.A., D.A.A., Keeper of Manuscripts, Guildhall Library (from 1 August 1997)

    E. GREEN, B.A., Archivist, Midland Bank plc (to 31 July 1997)

    V.A. HARDING, M.A., Ph.D., Lecturer in London History, Birkbeck College (to 31 July 1997)

    S.R. PALMER, B.A., M.A., Ph.D., Senior Lecturer, Queen Mary and Westfield College (to 31 July 1997)

    December 1996; 'A metropolis and its state', at the University of Durham History Seminar,

    February 1997; 'Long-term considerations in the development of London, A.D. 600-

    1900', at the Symposium on Health, Mortality and Environment, Stockholm,

    March 1997; 'The work of the Centre for Metropolitan History', at the Early Modern

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