J.H.Whitley Lecture 5:15 pm - 7:00 pm on 04/10/2018

Unfortunately, due to circumstances outside her control, Dr Whyeda Gill-McLure has regretfully had to send her apologies and is now unable to deliver her planned lecture on Thursday 4 October.

Instead, Dr Rebecca Gill, senior lecturer at the University of Huddersfield will deliver a lecture titled ‘Emily Hobhouse and the feeding of ‘enemy’ children after the First World War: uncovering a Whitley connection’.

Your existing tickets will still get you into the lecture and we do hope to still see you all on Thursday evening.

The lecture will begin at 6.00pm with refreshments being served from 5.15pm. The venue for the lecture is the Buckley Lecture Theatre situated in the Researcher Hub which can be found on our Campus Map.

Please note that there is no parking available on campus apart from Blue Badge parking. Parking is available after 5.00pm at Queen Street Studios which can also be seen on the campus map (next to building 32).

The lecture is free to attend, but please note that places are limited so please register your attendance.

The J.H.Whitley collection is held at Heritage Quay; the catalogue can be searched at www.heritagequay.org/archives/jhw or browsed below.