King's Seminars - Autumn term 2022

Posted: Wednesday 28th September 2022

King's Seminars - Autumn term 2022

We are pleased to announce the Autumn term programme of King's Maritime History Seminars which will be held at King's College London and also broadcast live via Zoom for those that cannot attend in person. Thank you to all of our speakers and we look forward to welcoming you all.

The King’s Seminars are an annual set of lectures organised by the BCMH, which run from October to May. They are open to the public and are free to attend but registration in advance is needed. Find out more here

Lecture dates

13 October 2022 
A Memorial Seminar Celebrating the Work of John Armstrong, Kathleen Crimmin, Peter Davies, Eric Grove, and David Williams
Hugh Murphy, University of Glasgow
27 October 2022 
‘Too Robust to Bother About a Sailor’s Nerves’? Mental Healthcare in the Royal Navy during the Second World War
Frances Houghton, University of Manchester
10 November 2022 
Charles Wogan and the Reform of Spanish Maritime Trade in the Caribbean, 1732-47
Harry Lewis, University of Edinburgh
24 November 2022 
How the Interiors of Clyde-Built Passenger Ships were Created
Bruce Peter, Glasgow School of Art
8 December 2022
The Proctor Memorial Lecture 
Location King's College London
Details and timings to follow.

Norfolk’s Royal Shipwreck: the Loss of the Gloucester, 1682 
Presenter: Claire Jowitt, University of East Anglia



Download the full Autumn Programme