David Rosenberg teaches courses about London’s radical history at various adult educational institutes

“From the 1880s to the 1930s: How the New East End was born”. An 8-session course, including 6 walks, taught on Tuesday afternoons by David Rosenberg through the City Lit. Starting 12th April 2016. The course code is HLW32. Last year it was fully booked well in advance of the starting date so book soon to guarantee a place. Details and booking here

“Eight individuals who changed the East End”. This 6-session course, taught through a mixture of classroom sessions  the Bishopsgate Institute, and guided  walks off-site, begins on 26th April, with classroom sessions on Tuesday evenings and occasional walks on Sundays. Details and booking here

“London from Below”. A six session course taught by David Rosenberg on Monday evenings at the Bishopsgate Institute, plus some trips offsite (on Saturday mornings),  begins on 9th May 2016. Details and booking here

“Who was Emma Goldman?”. A three part course which will be taught on Tuesday evenings at the Bishopsgate Institute from 14th June. this course will explore the  life of an extraordinary activist, writer and thinker. Details and booking here

“No Gods, No Masters: secularists, suffragists, radicals and pacifists” – an 8-part course including walks in Bloomsbury, Clerkenwell and Fleet Street, which apart from those excursions, will be taught in the Humanist Library at Conway Hall. Sessions will take place on Thursday evenings beginning 5th May.  Details and bookings here