Juliet Gardiner
Author and Historian

Future Events


9 July Chalke Valley History Festival, ‘The English at Home: From the Georgians to the Second World War’ with Juliet Nicolson and Amanda Vickery

1 October Wiltshire Historical and Archaeological Society, Devizes. Talk
‘“Searching for the Gleam” Despair and Optimism in Britain in the 1930s'

5 October Friends of the Institute of Historical Studies AGM, Senate House, Malet Street, London WC1E 7HU talk about ‘Bloomsbury in the Blitz’

9 October Morley, Leeds, LS27 OLA Literary Festival talk about ‘The Animal’s War’

12 October Mass-Observation Archive, University of Sussex, opening lecture in series about Mass-Observation and the historian.

19 November Slightly Foxed Readers Day at the Art Workers Guild, Queen Square, London WC1N 3AT, discussion on women's writing in the Second World War.

22 November Geffrye Museum, Kingsland Road, London E2 8EA, talk ‘Sunlight and Sunbursts: life and Leisure in the Thirties’.


30 April Lewes Monday Literary Club talk (subject to be confirmed)

Juliet Gardiner

I have no doubt that Wartime will become the seminal work on Britain at war

Max Arthur, Daily Mail