The University’s third series of Gibraltar History Lectures drew to a close last December.
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 3 of lectures has been popular within the local community and has included talks on Gibraltar’s underwater heritage, the roots of the llanito dialect and the 50th anniversary of the referendum. We would like to thank all of our guest speakers for their time and insightful lectures and to all those who attended.
The Gibraltar History Lecture Series returns next spring for a fourth installment. We look forward to welcoming you to this exciting series.
Please register your interest by either calling us on + 350 200 71000 or sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
“Excellent series of lectures covering interesting topics. Well done.”
“The lectures have provided a unique and most enjoyable insight into Gibraltarian history and the developments of its people. Thank you.”
“I have enjoyed all three series of lectures. A fascinating look at our history. Brilliant series. Looking forward to Series 4.”
“Only able to come to one but feel that it is excellent to hold talks regularly. Feedback has been very positive. Look forward to more!”
“Thoroughly enjoyed the lecture series, must keep them going. Education never ends and is our most important asset as a community.”