The Gladstone Umbrella
A firm favourite of the Gladstone’s Library calendar returns for another year!
Whether you’ve grown up with a love of history and Victoriana or you’re an academic with a penchant for the ‘Grand Old Man’, no matter your background the Gladstone Umbrella is the conference for you.
Includes a visit to William Gladstone’s office, The Temple of Peace, in Hawarden Castle.
David Brooks was educated at Bedford School and Emmanuel College, Cambridge, of which he later became a Fellow. His doctoral thesis was on Gladstone’s Fourth Ministry, 1892-94, and his published works include The Destruction of Lord Rosebery, 1894 - 95 and The Age of Upheaval: Edwardian politics, 1899 - 1914. For most of his career he has taught in the School of History at Queen Mary University of London.
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