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‘Opening the Angus’ seminars

To mark the launch of the Friends of the Angus we are organizing a series of online seminars, ‘Opening the Angus’, where researchers will showcase some of the work they have been doing on items in the Angus Library and Archive. There will be ample opportunity for you to ask questions and find out more about some of the Angus treasures!

The 2020 seminars will take place on 22 October, 29 October and 5 November, at 7.30pm UK time.

Our first seminar will be from Professor Tim Whelan of Georgia Southern University, who will be speaking on ‘Animated Addresses to the Heart and Conscience’: ‘lecturing’ in the prose writings of the women in the Steele circle, 1699–1815.

Booking is essential in order to receive joining instructions (for the Zoom meetings).

For further details and to reserve a place, please contact Friends of the Angus using the subject line ‘Opening the Angus’.

From the blog

9th October 2020

Mantantu Dundulu, N’lemvo. Linguist, pioneer, man of faith.

To celebrate Black History Month, Dr Daniel Gerrard , Lecturer in Medieval History here at Regent’s, is jumping ahead a few centuries from the...
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