The University of Gibraltar in conjunction with its Silver Education Key Advisory Group are proud to present the fourth series of its popular history lectures. 

The University’s Gibraltar History Lectures aim to educate and enhance the community’s knowledge of Gibraltar-related subjects as well as stimulate discussions amongst attendees. Delivered by expert guest speakers, these weekly talks are free and open to the public.

Series 4 promises to be as interesting and diverse as always, with topics covered including Yanito Heritage, the 1969 border closure, Gibraltar’s horse racing track and our relationship with the European Union.

As an initiative of the Silver Education Key Advisory Group the series is primarily aimed at the over 55’s community, however, all are welcome. All you need to do is register your attendance either calling us on + 350 200 71000 or sending an email to chloe.ramos@unigib.edu.gi

Dates Lecture Speaker
20th April 2018 The Goatherd’s Path a 300 year old mystery; Lost in history and translation?  Hon Roy Clinton MP 
27th April 2018 Nature or Nurture? Why history is important’  Dr Darren Fa 
4th May 2018 The Looming Border: The Prolonged Process Underpinning  the 1969 Closure of the Border Between Gibraltar and Spain Dr Jennifer Ballantine 
11th May 2018 The History of the Water Catchments Manuel Perez 
18th May 2018 Yanito Heritage  Manolo Galliano 
25th May 2018 The Construction of the Harbour and the Dockyard  Tito Benady 
1st June 2018 The Changing Face of Gibraltar in the Twentieth Century Richard Garcia
15th June 2018 Horse Racing in the area of the Airfield Tito Vallejo 
22nd June 2018 The History of the Gibraltar Fire Service Jason Mesilio 
29th June 2018 Gibraltar and the European Union – IN and OUT 1973 – 2019 Hon Joseph Garcia MP 

All lectures take place on Friday mornings at our Conference Hall, University of Gibraltar, Europa Point Campus.

REGISTER YOUR ATTENDANCE: Email chloe.ramos@unigib.edu.gi or call 200 71000 ext 808