Tuesday, 17 September, from 06:00 PM, Juju’s Bar and Stage, Ely’s Yard, 15 Hanbury St, London E1 6QR.
What will future historians make of the era of Brexit, Donald Trump, Love Island, and the selfie stick. PS21 assembles a panel of historians, archaeologists and others to take an early shot at assessing how the last two decades might be remembered, and what that might tell us about the years to come. Expect arguments about what previous eras best reflect our own, what events, items, and personalities will be seen iconic, and whether anyone in the future will want to remember us at all.
Jonn Elledge (moderator) – Journalist, New Statesman.
Dr. Leslie James – Lecturer in Global History at Queen Mary University London
Richard Vinen – Professor of History at King’s College London
John Basset – Former GCHQ senior official and member of the PS21 International Advisory Group
Charlotte Yelamos – Doctoral researcher of Cold War archaeology at King’s College London
Jo Fox – Director of the Institute of Historical Research and Professor of Modern History at the University of London
Doors open 6pm, discussion begins 7pm.
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