Local History Spring Symposium

Hampshire Field Club Spring Symposium: Saturday, 27 April 2019: 9.20 to 3.45
Childhood and Adolescence

Five speakers will consider different aspects of the experiences of children and young people at various stages in history, with a Hampshire slant:
* Dr Fiona McCall, Senior Lecturer in Early Modern History, University of Portsmouth. Children and Trauma in Loyalist Accounts of the English Civil War in Hampshire
* Dr Rosalind Johnson, Visiting Research Fellow, Department of History, University of Winchester. Children and Young People of Dissenting Families in Early Modern Hampshire
* Professor Nicholas Orme, Emeritus Professor of History, University of Exeter. Display, Ceremony, and Performance in Medieval English Schools
* Dr Mary South, Visiting Research Fellow, Department of History, University of Winchester. The Inoculation of Children in Eighteenth Century Southampton
* Barbara Large, local historian and Victoria County History researcher. The Children of Basingstoke Workhouse.

The Symposium will be held in the Cinema at the Hampshire Record Office, Sussex
Street, Winchester. Talks start at 9.50.

Booking Details

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