King's Seminars - Spring term 2021
Posted: Tuesday 12th January 2021
We are pleased to announce the Spring term programme of King's Seminars which will be held remotely via Zoom. 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.
21 January 2021 ‘The law is open on both sides’: Great Britain and Sweden’s Interpretation of the Law of Nations in the East India Trade in the 1730s
Christin Simons, University of St Andrews
4 February 2021 'Historical Sections' and 'Battle Studies’: the British Influence Upon American Visions of 'Sea Power' and History
David Kohnen, Hattendorf Historical Center, US Naval War College
18 February 2021 The Blockade Legend: the Limitations on the British Empire's Blockade of Germany, 1914-1917
Eric Grove, Associate Fellow Institute for Strategic Studies
4 March 2021 Trafalgar. Temeraire. The Men.
Emma Cooper, Independent Researcher
22 April 2021
Commerce and Charters, Conflict and Contraband: the Norwegian Steamship Tungus and the Russo-Japanese War, 1904-1905
Roger Dence, King’s College London
6 May 2021
Speaker and Title To Be Confirmed