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Glasgow’s Traditional Shopfronts

The Architectural Heritage of Society of Scotland is holding a tour of Glasgow’s traditional Shopfronts. Participants will be guided by Iain Wotherspoon along the city pavements, illustrating some of our finest (and under-rated) streetscape assets of Glasgow. Among our Victorian and Edwardian shopfronts, Glasgow has a unique character on the European stage. The day will explore topics including researching shopfronts,…

William Adam and Formal Landscape Design in Scotland 1720-1745

The Architectural Heritage Society of Scotland is holding a lecture with Louisa Humm on the “William Adam and Formal Landscape Design in Scotland 1720-1745.” Louisa Humm will look backwards to investigate how William Adam’s garden designs related to contemporary and earlier fashions in Scottish and English garden design. This lecture will also lay out Adam’s contribution to European cultural heritage. This…

Clifton Belfast Spring Lectures : From the Guns of August to the Battle of messiness: “Ireland and the Great War 1914-1918.” 

Eamon Phoenix is a political historian and broadcaster and head of life-long learning at Stranmillis University College. During February and March 2018 Dr Eamon Phoenix, alongside esteemed guests will host a series of talks to celebrate the Decade of Centenaries. Phoenix is a political historian and a historical consultant, broadcaster and commentator; lecturer on Modern Irish History; daily columnist for Irish…

Houses of Power

We will be starting the beginning of February with another lecture at the Europe House in London; Dr Simon Thurley will holding a talk on ‘Houses of Power.’

The Castle

The end of January will see John Goodall presenting his lecture on ‘The Castle’ at our season of Architectural Heritage lectures at the Europe House in London.