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October 14, 2011
Time:2:45-4 p.m.
Description:The British Studies Program presents Sir Brian Harrison, Oxford University, discussing the often puzzling collection of writings on British Conservatism since 1945.

Anyone interested in the history of the 1960s will be puzzled at the variety, prosperity and resourcefulness of the history subsequently written about British Conservatism since 1945. This development is the more surprising given the leftish sympathies of British arts and humanities university teachers since the early 1960s and labor history's ongoing inspirational impact on the Left. A multi-layered explanation - archival, social, political, institutional and commercial - illuminates the surprising ways in which historical study advances.

Harrison has been based in Oxford for half a century. He is the author of "Drink and the Victorians," among other works.
Location:Harry Ransom Center (HRC), Tom Lea Rooms 3.206
URL:More about this event...
Contact:Holly Lynn McCarthy
Sponsor:Faculty Seminar on British Studies
Admission:Free and open to the public
Categories:Everyone, Seminar
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