This talk will look at German and Austrian civilian internees on the Isle of Man during the First World War. How did they cope with ‘living with the wire’ for anything up to 5 years in captivity?
A forum on the landscape of the Catuvellauni tribe, a late Iron Age tribe whose territory was located between modern day Essex, Oxfordshire and Northamptonshire. How can we reconstruct this landscape?
What can surviving murals tell us about their original contexts? What are the limits of our powers of interpretation and reconstruction?
A social event raising funds for the College
This talks discusses how pilgrimage differs from other forms of travel and why does it remain popular today.
A talk on Modernist architecture, sculpture, and new towns in the UK during the 20th century
Leicester Vaughan College celebrates its fifth anniversary.
Dear Leicester Vaughan College members and friends, I am very sorry that I am unable to join you at the fifth anniversary event of LVC but am sending you all a message of support. For five years we have continued
Prashant Kidambi talks about the ‘Indian’ cricket team’s debut in imperial Britain in 1911 and how the idea of India was fashioned on the cricket pitch.
Is knowledge power? Professor John Holford reflects on the impact of Nottingham University’s adult education department and what it contributed to the city and the surrounding area.
Report of the Annual General Meeting on 18 January 2023