Pevsner in Surrey at Duke Street Baptist Church
Lecture, Tue 7 Feb 2017
Events at this Venue
|Tue 1 Nov||The Art of the Passport|
|Sat 5 Nov||Lucy Worsley talks about new book Eliza Rose|
|Mon 14 Nov||The men of the Alberts and the Poppy Project|
|Wed 16 Nov||General the Lord Dannatt: Boots on the Ground|
|Wed 23 Nov||Chris Mullin: Hinterland|
|Tue 6 Dec||The Pretty German Toy musing on the Christmas tree|
Pevsner in Surrey: Nickolas Pevsner and the Buildings of Surrey
This lecture explores what Pevsner, a German refugee from Hitler said, rightly or wrongly, about Surrey buildings – churches, houses, shops, tower blocks, factories, cinemas – and sets his pronouncements in the context of “The Buildings of England” as a whole.
Susie Harries is a writer, lecturer and editor. Her most recent book is the biography of Sir Nikolaus Pevsner (Chatto & Windus, 2011), which won the Wolfson Prize for History in 2012. She has also written, with her husband Meirion Harries, seven books on 20th-century music, art and history. She is an accredited NADFAS lecturer on subjects ranging from Pevsner’s series The Buildings of England, conservation and Victorian architecture to stained glass and the art of the joke. She edited the issue of the Victorian Society journal on Pevsner and Victorian Architecture.
|Tue 7 Feb 2017|
Guests: £5 per person payable at the door.
NADFAS members: £4 payable at the door.
Students: Free, upon production of your student card.
- On-site light refreshments
- Public toilets