2021 London Lecture Series

As part of our management arrangements, we require all members and guests to register in advance of each lecture. The number of available seats is limited, and they are offered on a first-come, first-served basis.

It’s all free—simply follow the links to register via our online booking system. If you have any difficulties please email events@ahsoc.org.

If you register for a lecture and subsequently find you cannot attend, please email the address above, or call the office, so that your place can be released for somebody else.

Registration for later lectures will open nearer the time.


Thursday 14 January 2021

'Johann Antel: Revolutionising Time in Early-Twentieth Century Brno', by James Nye
(Full details)

AHS members can watch a recording of this lecture here.

This lecture will be an online Zoom Webinar. It will begin at 6.15pm (UK time) and is expected to last about one hour, followed by a few minutes for questions.


Thursday 11 March 2021

'The Jaquet-Droz Workshop and its Suppliers in the 18th Century', by Sandrine Girardier
(Full details)

AHS members can watch a recording of this lecture here.

This lecture will be an online Zoom Webinar. It will begin at 6.15pm (UK time) and is expected to last about one hour, followed by a few minutes for questions.


Thursday 15 July 2021

'About Time: A History of Civilization in Twelve Clocks', by David Rooney
(Full details)

AHS members can watch a recording of this lecture here.

This lecture will be an online Zoom Webinar. It will begin at 6.15pm (UK time) and is expected to last about one hour, followed by a few minutes for questions.


Thursday 16 September 2021

'Synchronising Time in Austria: The Pneumatic Clocks of Carl Albert Mayrhofer', by Johannes Graf
(Full details)

This lecture will be an online Zoom Webinar. It will begin at 6.15pm (UK time) and is expected to last about one hour, followed by a few minutes for questions.


Thursday 11 November 2021

'Care and Repair: a Short History of Horological Maintenance', by Jonathan Betts

This lecture will be an online Zoom Webinar. It will begin at 6.15pm (UK time) and is expected to last about one hour, followed by a few minutes for questions.