History of Compromise: Comparing Political Unions in the British-Irish Isles and Poland-Lithuania

Professor Robert Frost, FBA, FRSE, University of Aberdeen delivers the British Academy lecture.
23 02.2022 Events, History

Lost Treasures of the Revolution

The Graphics of Solidarity 1980 - 1989: Curated by Catherine Flood, Designed by Vipul Sangoi, From the V&A Museum Collection.
19 01.2022 12 03.2022 Events, History, Visual arts

I open my eyes, there’s no one

Exhibition at the Cruickshank Botanic Garden, Aberdeen
05 12.2021 28 02.2022 Events, History, Visual arts

Jewish Self-Government in Eastern Europe

A one-day conference to launch Volume 34 of Polin: Studies in Polish Jewry
01 02.2022 Events, History


This year’s Chelsea History Festival will bring the past to life through a series of talks, tours and events, both physical and virtual.
17 09.2021 26 09.2021 Events, History

Lost Treasures of Revolution: The Graphics of Solidarity 1980-89

Exhibition exploring the role that graphics played in building the movement and sustaining it during the difficult days of government repression and martial law.
22 09.2021 08 10.2021 Events, History, Visual arts

Statue of Irena Sendler is coming to Newark-on-Trent

Few people in the UK may know of Polish humanitarian hero Irena Sendler and the sacrifices she made during World War II. But her story is one of monumental importance and one that Newark and Sherwood District Council, Newark Town Council, Institute of National Remembrance and the Polish Cultural Institute in London want to share to ensure that her story becomes a legacy that will never be forgotten.
26 06.2021 History, History, News

Europe’s First Constitution

A guide to why 3 May 1791 matters, with Richard Butterwick-Pawlikowski.
03 05.2021 Events, History, Resources

LSE IDEAS: Spotlight on the Visegrad Four

Join us as we shine a spotlight on Central Europe’s Visegrad Group, thirty years after the establishment of the V4.
20 01.2021 10 03.2021 Events, History, News