Event location: WCML
Date: 12th Oct 2016
Event time: 14:00 to 16:00
Talk by Katrina Navickas, Univesrity of Hertfordshire.
This talk examines how radicals and Chartists in early 19th century Lancashire and Yorkshire contested restrictions on their right to meet and speak in public spaces. It also showcases an exciting new 3D visualisation of a Chartist procession in 1840s Manchester.
This free talk is part of our autumn Invisible Histories series. All welcome.