As Steve's first talk 'sold out' in less than 24hours he has kindly agreed to give a second talk.
Steve Isle is one of our CLHG members and he has kindly offered to give us a talk at the British Museum where he works.
Steve is a retired Head of History, having taught History for 30 years. He studied History and Philosophy and his M Phil was concerned with Philosophy of Mind. He is currently researching changing ideas of the self in the Enlightenment.
The talk will last 45 minutes and will be limited to 30 people due to limited space in the Museum.
Please meet in the Enlightenment Gallery of the Museum for the talk at 1.45 p.m.
Some people may wish to meet in the Museum Tavern Pub across the road from the Museum at 1.00 p.m. and there is every chance we will retire there too post Steve's talk, where I am sure he will be happy to chat and receive pints of beer.
There is no charge for the talk but as a thank you to Steve we will be taking donations on the day to Steve's chosen charity Eaves. Eaves supports victims of human trafficking.
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