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‘Not 1066 and all that’ – a different approach to conventional history

In conventional history-making what seems to unite different historians is a particular subject matter, such as a period

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Sussex women by a Sussex woman

Local freelance writer invites you to An Evening with Ann Kramer: Sussex Women, including  biographies of 30 quite disparate women – from poets and

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Out Of The Doll’s House: What did the women do during the First World War?

Following last year’s successful Women’s Pop-Up Museum, Hastings Museum, in conjunction with Women’s Voice, is

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Hastings’ solidarity with Charlie Hebdo victims

The shocking massacre of cartoonists and staff of the Charlie Hebdo magazine in Paris and the murder of hostages in a Jewish supermarket have

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Determined resistance

A member of Hastings Against War, Ann Kramer is a historian and non-fiction writer. As a freelance writer, she has written on many topics, from Victorians and women

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Democracy booth

“Democracy booth”: a week of talks, discussions, a polling booth, maybe a soap box, tea and cake, listening posts and audio interviews. The week is being hosted and

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Conscientious writing

A new book by respected local author and historian, Ann Kramer, on the topic of conscientious objectors in WWII will be launched in early November. HOT’s Zelly Restorick

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Don’t be put off if you haven’t got the dosh

Albert and Frances Mansbridge founded the Workers Education Association in 1903 with the objective of providing education to the labouring

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