Further Ways to Engage with the GPP
Alongside the ambitious digitization programme, a series of academic fellowships, sponsored by the partnering institutions, are furthering research into the Georgian period. Seminars, lectures, teaching sessions, media programmes and publishing projects will also follow, and it is hoped that these many facets of the GPP will transform the understanding of Georgian Britain and its monarchy at a time of such great cultural, political, economic and social change, which has shaped the world we live in today.
22/05/2022 @ 12:00 am
Screened on PBS in the US. This documentary which draws on the work of the Georgian Papers Programme also features Arthur Burns and Sir Simon Wessely from the Programme team discussing aspects of George’s illness with Lucy Worsley, as well as many documents digitized by the Programme. Time to be announced
GPP Coffee Break: Mary Jannet Leith Then I play’d upon the Harpsichord’: Music in the Private Lives of George III and Queen Charlotte
24/05/2022 @ 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Join Georgian Papers Programme scholar Angel-Luke O’Donnell for an online version of the popular GPP Coffee Break series at King’s College London. Join us on May 24, 2022, at 3:00 pm GST (10:00 am ET) for a presentation by Georgian Papers Programme Fellow Mary-Jannet Leith (University of Southampton) titled “‘Then I play’d upon the Harpsichord’: Music […]
14/06/2022 @ 9:00 pm - 10:00 pm
The UK showing of the BBC documentary, then to be on I-Player, featuring GPP Academic Director Arthur Burns and Sir Simon Wessely, and drawing on much research conducted by the project. Arthur Burns was historical advisor. To be shown on BBC 2.