Helen has been invited to attend The BBC at 100 Symposium, to be held from 13 to 15 September 2022 in Bradford at the National Science and Media Museum and online. As a member of the session on Politics and Current Affairs, she will be speaking about the contributions of Honor Balfour (1912-2001) and Stephen Bonarjee (1912- 2003) – a wonderful opportunity to draw their careers to the attention of a wide audience.
Posts Categorized: Lectures, Seminars & Events
A talk given to Friends of the Women’s Library, LSE, 20 November 2019
Oxfordshire Gardens Trust, 20 September 2019.
The talk explores connections between the two great estates in the twentieth century.
Dame Irene Ward’s life is the main focus of Helen’s research in 2015, following on from her March 2015 lecture at Westminster.
2015 brings… a lecture on Irene Ward MP, a paper on Disraeli to the Oxford University TORCH symposium and plans for a seminar series marking the seventieth anniversary of the United Nations.
Seminars curated whilst at the Bodleian Library, Oxford, included the ‘Authorship, Memory & Manuscripts’ series, which ran from 2010 to 2014.
Lectures to Oxfordshire Gardens Trust:
For the University of Oxford, Department of Continuing Education Helen devised and taught a five week ‘taster’ course, ‘Place and Power’.
Guest lecture for graduate students on the history of Nuneham Courtenay, the lost Edwardian Garden
Lecture in session on ‘Spaces’: The English Country House weekend, 1880s-1930s: