Ian Mortimer


 

Future appearances

Monday 30 September 2019
Private event
Talk entitled 'Why I am still haunted by my history teacher'. Principally about the differences between (a) the actual past; (b) history as the study of the past; and (c) history as an art.


Thursday 17 October 2019, 4:30pm
Martin Randall Travel
Talk for the symposium, Medieval England: Power, Politics & Culture, based at the Swan Hotel, Lavenham, entitled 'Medieval Horizons: the cultural and psychological expansion of the Western World, 1000-1500'. Further details on the Martin Randall Travel website


Friday 18 October 2019, 12:15pm
Martin Randall Travel
Talk for the symposium, Medieval England: Power, Politics & Culture, based at the Swan Hotel, Lavenham, entitled 'Who had the greater right to the throne in the fifteenth century? York or Lancaster?' Further details on the Martin Randall Travel website


Wednesday 15 January 2020, 7:30pm
Moretonhampstead History Society
President's address: 'Who was the rightful heir to the throne in 1399?' This talk is open to members of the public. Details should appear on the history society programme for 2020. Or contact Ian via (twitter).


Wednesday 22 April 2020
The Lustleigh Society
'The history of a Devon town house: Mearsdon, Moretonhampstead, from the thirteenth century to the present day'. An illustrated talk at the Village Hall, Lustleigh.