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Wednesday, 11 November 2009, 12:00AM
Institution of Education

The Institutionalisation of the Arts in Early Victorian England

Charles Saumarez Smith

The Colin Matthew Memorial Lecture for the Public Understanding of History

Dr Charles Saumarez Smith CBE Royal Academy of Arts

This was the 2009 Joint Royal Historical Society/Gresham College Annual Lecture. The other joint lectures can be accessed here:  
       2012 - Why the Enlightenment still matters today by Professor Justin Chapman
       2011 - The Rural Past and Urban Histories, 1881 - 2011 by Professor Alun Howkins
       2010 - What did eighteenth-century men want? by Professor Amanda Vickery
       2008 - History, Science and Religion by Dr Allan Chapman
       2007 - The fabrication of medieval history by Dr Simon Thurley
       2006 - The Curse of the Poke Bonnet: Television's Version by Joan Bakewell
       2005 - Travels in Time: History and identity in today's world by Michael Wood
       2004 - Presenting unwanted histories by Dr Gareth Griffith

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Charles is a British cultural historian specialising in the history of art, design and architecture. He is Secretary and Chief Executive of the Royal Academy of Arts.

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11 November 2009

The Institutionalisation of the Arts in Early Victorian England
Charles Saumarez Smith

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