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News and Events

2023-24 Lecture Series
The 2023-4 lecture series will continue with a presentation on 13 March 2024 by Dr Annalisa Nicholson on 'Huguenots writing tolerance: Henri Justel and Anne de La Roche in late 17th-century London'. This paper will be delivered at 6.00 pm at the East India Club, 16 St James's Square, London SW1Y 4LH. For further details on the meeting, and general information on attending the Society's lectures, please contact [email protected]. Full details on all the papers in the lecture series can be found on the downloadable programme here.

Huguenot Library Workshops, Tuesday 21 May 2024 at 11am and 2pm
Come and discover a selections of manuscripts from our collection focusing on the charities and organisations set up to help Huguenot refugees. This event is a re-run of the workshops held in December 2023 and is available to both Fellows and members of the public. Training sessions on how to use the Society's electronic resources will also be organised throughout the day. As places are limited, please make sure to book well in advance by emailing the Librarian at [email protected]. More information can be found here.