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.

The GPP hosts lectures, workshops, conferences and exhibitions year round for the public

Opportunities for scholars to work in the archives provided by GPP partners and participants

View the ongoing effort by GPP partners to transcribe the documents online

September 2022

Identity, Imagination and George IV in Edinburgh, 1822

01/09/2022 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm

    Identity, Imagination and George IV in Edinburgh, 1822 public lecture, 1 september 2022 Sir David Wilkie (1785-1841), The Honours of Scotland Being Shown to George IV, 1822, watercolour and pencil on paper, National Galleries of Scotland. George IV’s visit to Edinburgh in August 1822 has received a remarkably consistent interpretation by historians. It […]

Norfolk Club: The Madness of George III Revisited. A talk by Arthur Burns

08/09/2022 @ 11:30 am

A talk to the History Group at the Norfolk Club. Members only

Beckenham and Bromley Branch of the Historical Association: 'The "Madness" of George III Revisited

15/09/2022 @ 7:45 pm

A talk by Professor Arthur Burns. The talk will be delivered on zoom. Members of the Central London branch of the HA will be able to attend on zoom. Entry to meetings is free for HA members and £2 for visitors.  

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