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Dominic Sandbrook 'In Conversation'

last modified Feb 26, 2013 10:08 AM
Contribute questions to historian and broadcaster Dominic Sandbrook 'in conversation' at the Public and Popular History/Modern British History seminar

On 6 March the historian and broadcaster Dominic Sandbrook has agreed to participate in an 'in conversation' event at the Public and Popular History/Modern British History seminar.

In keeping with the spirit of the seminar we're soliciting questions from far and wide.

If you would like to contribute, please send your questions to by 1 March 2013

The event will be held at 5pm in the Mong Hall, Sidney Sussex College and Twittercast here: @PopularHistory

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