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(E) DUBROVNIK: TALK BY ROBIN HARRRIS, LONDON 26 FEBRUARY
By Nenad N. Bach | Published  02/16/2004 | Events | Unrated
(E) DUBROVNIK: TALK BY ROBIN HARRRIS, LONDON 26 FEBRUARY

 

Dear Friends,

We are pleased to announce, in conjunction with the Croatian
Society at Imperial College London, a major CSYPN
event on Thursday, 26th February.

We are delighted that Robin Harris, author of the acclaimed
'Dubrovnik: A History' will be giving a talk to us about the
"Pearl of the Adriatic", followed by a Q&A session.

This will be one of the most important Croatian events in
London this year. Robin Harris is one of Croatia's
greatest friends. He was one of Margaret Thatcher's closest
policy advisers and informed her on Croat matters.

We expect you all to come to this event, and to bring
friends - especially your British ones!

The event is free. It will begin at 7.00pm. Doors open
at 6.45. Full address and directions below.

Greatly discounted copies of 'Dubrovnik - A History'
will be available at the event for the price of £15 - down
from £25. You will also have an opportunity to chat to
Mr Harris and get you copy signed.

Please send us your name and those of your guests to
dubrovnik@csypn.org.uk  by Sunday, 22nd February.
Furthermore, if you wish to secure your copy of the
book, let us know in your email.

We expect to see you all there!

CSYPN Committee


Praise for 'Dubrovnik: A History':
* "... wonderful book, which opens up an interesting
corner of
Mediterranean history for the English reader."
- Norman Stone, The Daily Telegraph

* "We are reminded just how remarkable Dubrovnik was
and is by Robin Harris's formidably learned, fluently written
and lavishly illustrated Dubrovnik: A History."
- Brendan Simms, The Daily Telegraph


About Robin Harris:

Robin Harris studied at Oxford University, where he
won the Gibbs Prize and was awarded a D.Phil in modern
history. He went on to work in various political and governmental
capacities in the 1970s and 1980s. Now a journalist, he focuses
mainly on foreign affairs and politics, writing extensively on
the Balkans and in particular Croatia and Bosnia. His publications
include 'Valois Guyenne: A Study of Politics, Government and
Society in Late Medieval France' and 'Diplomacy and Power in the
Great Age of Dubrovnik' in 'Diplomacy of the Republic of Dubrovnik'.

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When: Thursday, 26 February 2004, 6.45pm for a talk at
7.00pm
Where: Clore Theatre,
180 Queen's Gate,
Imperial College London
SW7 2AZ
http://www.streetmap.co.uk/streetmap.dll?G2M?X=526449&Y=179347&A=Y&Z=1
RSVP: by Sunday, 22nd February 2004 to
dubrovnik@csypn.org.uk
Price: FREE
Notes: Bring as many friends as possible

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