We examine aspects of London identity, 1817-2017, two centuries of social, industrial and cultural innovations that have positioned London as a major global city. This series will explore the ins-and-outs of the capital, including its architecture, infrastructure, social housing and culture and economic growth through both business and scientific advancement. What makes a global city and how do we maintain its expanding fortitude? Join expert speakers as they discuss the world’s city!
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List of Lectures
Thinkers' London After Waterloo - 21 February
Enlightenment London - 14 March
Two Hundred Years of Farming Change, 1817–2017 - 21 March
Greater London: The story of the Suburbs - 28 March
Keynes: A Revolution in Economic Thinking - 11 April
A City of Women But Not Always For Us: London 1817 - 2017 - 25 April