WHAT’S HAPPENING AT THE RSAA?
The RSAA hosts free lectures for members every other week during term time. Lectures typically take place on a Wednesday in a Central London location, and if the lecture is at 1.15pm it is preceded by an optional buffet lunch. Wine is served before evening lectures.
In addition to the lecture programme, there are also a number of social events where members and their guests can meet others with similar interests.
Although a printed calendar is sent out to members, dates and venues are subject to change and additional events may be added to the calendar at short notice. It is therefore advisable to check this online calendar for the latest details.
WHAT'S GOING ON IN NOVEMBER
27 November 2019
CANCELLED: Remaking National Identity, Rebuilding Relationships: Japan in 1868 and 1945
Speaker: Dr Christopher Harding
Where: 1.15pm at the Medical Society of London, Lettsom House, 11 Chandos Street, London W1G 9EB
Christopher is a cultural historian of modern Japan, India, and the UK, based at the University of Edinburgh and working also as a journalist for the BBC and a number of newspapers and magazines.
He is especially interested in religion/spirituality, philosophy, literature, and mental health. Details of his past and present research and writing, along with info on talks and publications, at the following link http://christopher-harding.com