History Teachers' Conference

Wednesday 21 June 9:30 until 15:30
Fulton Building, University of Sussex

Book your place on to the History Teachers' Conference where you will discover the latest research in your subject area, take part in interactive sessions and get the latest admissions information to help your students go onto university study at the History Teachers’ Conference.

During the conference, you’ll:

  • hear from leading academics in the School of History, Art History, Philosophy and American Studies on their research
  • network with other teachers
  • attend specialist sessions in your subject area.

This free conference also includes lunch.

Book your place and encourage your colleagues to book their places too.

Full programme below:

9.30            Registration and refreshments

9.45            Welcome from the School of History, Art History and Philosophy - Professor Clive Webb, Head of School

10.00          Parallel sessions:

                  The Witchcraze in Early Modern Europe - Dr Laura Kounine

   The Civil Rights and Black Power Movements in the US - Dr Tom Davies

10.45          Parallel sessions:

                  Pre-Colonial African Kingdoms - Dr Gerardo Serra

                  The Rise of Islam - Dr Hilary Kalmbach

11.30          Refreshment break

11.45          The University Admissions Process: an Insider View

12.45          Lunch with colleagues and faculty          

13.30          Using visual sources for teaching History - Prof Martin Evans

14.30          Closing remarks

15.30          Close

Programme may be subject to change.

Book your place today and encourage your colleagues to book their places too.

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By: Amy Sweet
Last updated: Friday, 28 April 2017