BRITISH SOCIETY THROUGH THE AGES

This is a series of lectures given by Professor Brian O’Farrell usually taking place on Tuesdays at 4pm.

This term the presenter will focus on life during the  Roman-British, Anglo-Saxon, Norman, Late Medieval and Tudor periods.

There is no requirement to register for this activity. Any member may attend by prior reservation for each presentation. Participants can dip in and out according to their availability and particular interest. 

Go to LECTURES for the Schedule of presentations and/or to reserve

Dr O’Farrell has been lecturing for U3A International on the subject of British History for more than 13 years. He has previously taught at University of California (from where he graduated), University of S. Carolina, University of London and Regent’s University. His main research interest is Tudor-Stuart Britain. In 2011 he published Shakespeare’s Patron, William Herbert, Third Earl of Pembroke, 1580-1630. And recently, he also published an article on Shakespeare in the Globe magazine. Each session affords opportunity for questions and answers.

Read some of Brian’s more recent work HERE

To Contact the Organiser: Dr Brian O'Farrell

Phone: 952885627

Start Date: January 21, 2020

Day: Tuesday

At: 4:00pm

Max Attendees: 50

Frequency: Fortnightly

Location: Sala Marbella in the Hapimag Resort, Camilo Jose Cela, Marbella


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