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Events at The National Archives
We hold a range of events, from free public talks on records of interest, to training courses for archivists and academics.
If you are unable to visit The National Archives, most of our talks are available as podcasts.
You can also find information on events and talks we are involved in on our Events elsewhere page.
Calendar of events at The National Archives
- 21 May 2013The subversion of Cheddi Jagan: internal and external elements in the making of the Cold War in British Guiana, 1953-64Free event
- 23 May 2013Design online: extending access to the Board of Trade Design RegisterFree event
- 24 May 2013Extraordinary User Forum - Record Selection and Transfer: Processes and Decision-makingFree event
- 30 May 2013British immigration into the United States and CanadaFree event
- 04 June 2013Join up and see the world! British military recruitment after national serviceFree event
- 06 June 2013Three generations of master marinersFree event
- 11 June 2013Writer of the month: Seasons in the Sun - The Battle for Britain, 1974-1979 by Dominic SandbrookFree event
- 13 June 2013The Secret ListenersFree event
- 20 June 2013No (inter)sex please, we're OlympiansFree event
- 25 June 2013The Church and the propaganda of political reform in 13th century EnglandFree event
- 27 June 2013The life and work of MacDonald Gill: mapmaker, letterer and graphic artistFree event
- 09 July 2013Writer of the month: Writing a History of One's Own Times by Peter HennessyFree event
- 13 August 2013Writer of the month: Suddenly, All Roads Led to Munich, 1936 by Rachel JohnsonFree event
- 07 September 2013Railways Change LivesTicket event
- 10 September 2013Writer of the month: An Intimate History of Your Home by Lucy WorsleyFree event
- 08 October 2013Writer of the month: Researching Untold Histories by Kathleen ChaterFree event
- 12 November 2013Writer of the month: Witches, Sorcery, Scandal and Seduction in Jacobean England by Tracy BormanFree event
- 10 December 2013Writer of the month: Human Woes - Researching Violence and Pain in the Archives by Joanna BourkeFree event
Events for students
The education service runs workshops and events for school pupils and students, from key stage 1 through to undergraduates.