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Tuesday, 8 July 2014, 6:00PM
Barnard's Inn Hall

The Queen's Commonwealth: Monarchy and the End of Empire, 1945-2011

Professor Philip Murphy

As Glasgow prepares to host the Commonwealth Games, Professor Philip Murphy, Director of the Institute of Commonwealth Studies, explores the history and importance of the Commonwealth and asks, 'What Next?'

This is a part of the 2014 City of London Festival.

 

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Professor Murphy is currently Professor of British and Commonwealth History at the University of Reading, seconded as Director of the Institute of Commonwealth Studies. At Reading, he was responsible for establishing one of the UK's first courses on the intelligence community and British politics. 

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8 July 2014

The Queen's Commonwealth: Monarchy and the End of Empire, 1945-2011
Professor Philip Murphy

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