Lectures and Courses

London: Past, Present, and Future

May 24–June 7, 2016

London, once the largest city in the world, remains a global center of immense prosperity and power. In this three-part course, gain a perspective on London’s history and culture, from pre-modern to the near future, inspired by its 19th-century grandeur in the exhibition “London and Edo: Cities on the Rise.”

Above: Augustus Charles Pugin (English, 1769–1832), after Thomas Rowlandson (English, 1756–1827). Covent Garden Market, Westminster Election; plate 26 from The Microcosm of London, 1808 Etching and aquatint, hand-colored. 2013.1883. Gift of Elizabeth Haynes in memory of Raymond B. and Edith W. Haynes.

Ticket Packages

Multi-session course packages are available online for purchase after 10 am, January 7, 2016. Please note that this course package is not available after the date of the first session.

For more information and to purchase individual sessions, select from the “In This Series” section.

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