Register your interest
Please wait...
+44 (0)1904 727600
News
  • View post
    Professor Kevern Verney

    Year IV History students were recently treated to a fantastic talk by Professor Kevern Verney in the Wenlock Library. Professor Verney, Associate Dean of Research at Edge Hill University, outlined the role of federal government in both facilitating and obstructing the progress of African-Americans towards equal civil rights, from the end of slavery until the

    Posted 1 December 2016 by Emily Sowden
  • View post
    From Romanesque to Gothic

    On a drizzly Friday morning, the LVI Art Historians set off to Selby Abbey for a trip to support their studies. They have been working through the course material chronologically and have arrived at the Middle Ages, where they have been studying the transition from Romanesque to Gothic architecture initiated in northern Paris by Abbot

    Posted 18 October 2016 by Emily Sowden
  • View post
    Lessons from Auschwitz

    Mr Rollinson and two girls in the LVI (Tryphaena Smith and Georgia Hodgkiss) recently had a 03:00 start from QM to visit Auschwitz-Birkenau as part of the Lessons From Auschwitz programme organised by the Holocaust Educational Trust.  At the heart of this programme is the message that ‘hearing is not like seeing’, and the visit

    Posted 17 May 2016 by Katherine Walker