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AS History Conference

AS History Conference

AS History Conference - 6 Nov 2019

It is with great excitement that the School has invited all Secondary Schools within Northern Ireland (both AS/A Level History Students and History teaching staff) to the next ‘AS Level History Conference’ being held in the Whitla Hall, Queen’s University Belfast on the morning of Wednesday 6 November 2019

This conference draws on the expertise of History staff and covers topics relating to AS level units

  • ‘Germany 1919-45’ with the title of the talk being Adolf Hitler's Racial Policies
  • ‘Russia 1914-41’ with the talk title beingWere Russian Revolutions in 1917 inevitable?’
  • 'Ireland 1912-22 with the talk titled 'Partitioning Ireland, 1912-22'

The Conference is free and AS/A Level history students studying other modules are welcome to attend.

Please see below the programme of events.  If as a History teacher you would like to attend please email  and a booking form will be sent out to you.  Spaces at the conference are limited and will be offered on a first come first serve basis with booking.

Should you have any queries relating to the conference, please do not hesitate to contact at the earliest opportunity.


10.00 -10.15    Welcome and Interactive Session

10.15-10.50     Lecture 1 – Dr Alex Titov -  Were Russian Revolutions in 1917 inevitable?

10.50-11.30     Lecture 2 - Dr Danny Kowalsky - 'Adolf Hitler's Racial Policies

11.30                 Refreshments in the Whitla Hall

11.45 -12.00    Interactive Quiz

12.00 - 12.40   Lecture 3 – Dr Marie Coleman - Partitioning Ireland, 1912-22

12.40 - 13.00    Studying at Queen's

13.00                 Lunch (Whitla Hall)

                                                            (Including time for Q & A at the end of each talk)