Oxford Centre for European History Special Lecture

Professor Sir Christopher Clark is the Regius Professor of History at the University of Cambridge. His many acclaimed books have changed how both scholars and lay audiences think about the history of Prussia and the outbreak of the First World War. His most recent book is an epic new history of the revolutions and counter-revolutions which swept continental Europe in 1848: Revolutionary Spring: Fighting for a New World 1848-1849 (Penguin, 2023). In this special lecture he will be reflecting on the how our current situation can shape our view of 1848 (and vice versa). All welcome.


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