Welcome to the website of the
T. E. Lawrence Society

The international fellowship for
all those with an interest in the
life and works of T. E. Lawrence


To mark the 82nd anniversary of Lawrence’s death on
19 May 1935, the Society laid a floral tribute on his grave in Moreton, where we were joined by a small group of supporters. The Society also remembered the taking of Akaba 100 years before. See more on our Past Events page.
The Society has been deeply saddened to hear of the death of Jeremy Wilson, Lawrence's authorised biographer and a former chairman of the Society. Jeremy was widely respected as the leading scholar on Lawrence, a publisher, and a major influence on the Society's activities, notably the Journal and Symposia. His leadership will be missed profoundly across the Lawrence fellowship.
Our Spring newsletter brings details of some exciting events for 2017. Join our exclusive tour of the National Civil War Centre's exhibition about Lawrence and the Arab Revolt; and visit Kelmscott, home of William Morris, founder of the Arts & Crafts movement, so admired by Lawrence. See more in the Members' Area