Sevenoaks 900: People, politics, and progress: a new history of Sevenoaks 1790-1914

Sevenoaks 900: People, politics, and progress: a new history of Sevenoaks 1790-1914

David Killingray, the President of the Sevenoaks Historical Society, has taught in schools and universities in Britain, Africa, and the Caribbean.  Several of his recent publications are on Kent, and particularly on Sevenoaks, including, with Elizabeth Purves,  Sevenoaks. An Historical Dictionary (2012).  He is co-author, with Dr Iain Taylor, of the forthcoming book, An English Market Town: Sevenoaks 1790-1914.  

Event Properties

Event Date 29-06-2022 3:00 pm
Capacity 60
Available place 55
Location Kaleidoscope Gallery at the Library

Speakers

Professor David Killingray

President of Sevenoaks Historical Society, Emeritus Professor of Modern History

David Killingray, the President of the Sevenoaks Historical Society, has taught in schools and universities in Britain, Africa, and the Caribbean. Several of his recent publications are on Kent, and particularly on Sevenoaks, including, with Elizabeth Purves, Sevenoaks. An Historical Dictionary (2012). He is co-author, with Dr Iain Taylor, of the forthcoming book, An English Market Town: Sevenoaks 1790-1914.

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