History Teachers’ Conference

Monday 25 June 9:30 until 15:30
Fulton Lecture Theatre, University of Sussex

Book your place today on our free History teachers' conference.

Gain new ideas for delivering topics from the History A-level curriculum and find out about the degree options available to your students. Hear from subject specialists on relevant areas of research and discuss issues relating to teaching practice and the curriculum with fellow teachers

There will also be a complimentary lunch. Book your place today.


History Teachers' Conference


9.30am        Registration and Refreshments

9.45am        Welcome Professor Liz James, Head of the School of History, Art History, Philosophy and American Studies  

10am           Remembering the American Civil War in the Age of Trump - Professor Robert Cook, winner of the 2018 British Association for American Studies’ Book Prize for Civil War Memories: Contesting the Past in the United States Since 1865

11am           Refreshment Break

11.20am      Embodying Early Modern Bodies – Dr Joanne Paul

12.20pm      Lunch with Colleagues and Faculty

1.10pm        How Historical Interpretation is Taught in the new GCSE and Implications for Teachers of A Level History - Dr Richard McFahn, Teaching Fellow in History Education

2.10pm        Refreshment break 

2.30pm        The case of French colonialism and post-colonialism - Professor Martin Evans

3.30pm        Close


Back to events list

By: Daniel Weismayr
Last updated: Thursday, 24 May 2018