AS Conferences

The School of History, Anthropology, Philosophy and Politics run one day conferences for AS pupils.  The lectures are based around AS modules and allow students to experience a Univesity Lecture within a subject area of interest to them.

AS History and Anthropology Conferences

The AS History and Anthropology Conference entitled 'History and Culture' was held on Thursday 22nd November 2018 in the Whitla Hall.

The Lectures delivered were:

Thinking about the Six Million: A Personal Introduction to the Holocaust (Germany 1919-45) by Dr Danny Kowalsky

Did Stalin betray Lenin? by Dr Alex Titov

Using Symbols and Rituals in Nation Building in Russia and Germany by Dr Dominic Bryan


AS HandA Conference - 22 November 2018

AS Politics Conference

The AS Politics Conference is currently being organised for Tuesday 12th March 2019.

The draft timetable is:

9.45am - 10.00am Arrival and Address by Dr Eliodie Fabre Dr Elodie Fabre
10.00am - 11.00am Devolution and Northern ireland Professor Graham Walker
11.00am - 11.15am Refreshments  
11.15am - 12 (noon) Politics power and inequality Dr Fabian Schuppert