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15 June 2021 - 15 June 2021

5:30PM - 6:30PM

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History Now! Durham History Department and the Gala Theatre series of public lectures Titled - Histories for the Burmese Revolution by Dr Jonathan Saha

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Department of History Building

There are some events that revocably change how we see the past. The Spring Revolution in Myanmar is one such event in Burmese history. In this talk, Jonathan Saha will look at the country’s traditions of resistance in a global context.

Jonathan Saha is Associate Professor of South Asian History at Durham University and an expert on the history of British imperialism in Myanmar (Burma) during the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. To find out more about his work, follow this link:

This event is part of the History Now! series of public talks organised between the Durham University History Department and the Gala Theatre - all welcome!


Free to attend