Liverpool Hope University
Liverpool Hope University
We are delighted to invite you and your Level 3 History students to our Subject Conferences hosted by the Department of History and Politics. These free conferences are designed to supplement your students’ current or future studies. at Liverpool Hope University

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Subject Conferences: History

University event offered by Liverpool Hope University

Event Summary:

We are delighted to invite you and your Level 3 History students to our Subject Conferences hosted by the Department of History and Politics. These free conferences are designed to supplement your students’ current or future studies.

Full Event Details:

Liverpool Hope University is 1st in the North West and 4th in the UK for overall Student Satisfaction from the 2016 National Student Survey, with History scoring 100% Satisfaction. The Times and The Sunday Times Good University Guide 2017 names Liverpool Hope University 2nd in the UK for teaching excellence and 1st in the North West student experience, with the University being rated in the top 50 of UK universities.

If you or any of your students would like to attend the conference or you have any questions please email Joy Pucill, Recruitment Officer, at [email protected] or call 0151 291 3111. We would be grateful if you could confirm your attendance a week in advance of each conference.

The Subject in on Wednesday 1st February 2017
From 2pm – 4.30pm at our Hope Park Campus, Hope Park, Liverpool, L16 9JD.
The schedule for the day is as follows:
1pm-2pm Optional Campus Tour (Please advise if you would like to book spaces on a tour)
1.30pm-2pm Arrival at Hope. The Conference will begin promptly at 2pm. Lunch facilities are available if students arrive early.
2pm – 2.15pm Welcome to Liverpool Hope
2.15pm-3.15pm The social and cultural impact of World War One
This session we will examine the varied roles and expectations placed on women and men to support the British war effort including work in munition factories, life in the trenches and systematic plans of resistance by conscientious objectors.
3.15pm-4.15pm The Grand Remonstrance: its origins, significance and consequences
This talk will ask to what extent the Grand Remonstrance of 1641 was a turning point in relations between Charles I and his English Parliament. Why was it drafted and why was it so contentious?
4.15pm – 4.30pm Closing Address and Q & A
4.30pm Depart Hope

Please confirm bookings by Wednesday 25th January 2017

Suitable For:

Bookings by Teachers for Key Stage 5 (Students aged 16-18)
Teachers (CPD)

Duration:

Half Day

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Minimum number of students:

1



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