We are very excited by the line-up for this semester’s Institute of Humanities seminar series at Northumbria.
All of these events are free and open to all.
Here’s information on this Wednesday’s talk:
Miles Ogborn (Queen Mary University of London)
will talk on:
‘The Freedom of Speech: Talk and slavery in the Anglo-Caribbean world, 1625-1824’
3 October, 2018, 4-5.30pm, Lipman Building, room 121
You can find directions to the campus and a campus map at:
We’ll share information on the full series soon.
It’s a busy week for Humanities colleagues at Northumbria. With assessment boards over, we’ve been reviewing the delivery of modules and programmes this academic year and preparing for next. There are lots of good things to celebrate, including lots of great achievements by students and staff, and we have lots of good ideas for next year.
Tomorrow, we have two important events happening on campus.
First, we are being visited by school subject leaders and teachers of English and History for our Building Bridges day. We will spend the day discussing some of of our teaching and other activities and exploring ways we can work together to develop resources and activities to support teaching and project work.
One focus of the day will, of course, be how things have changed recently, including the effects of GCSE and A Level reforms.
After that, Lynne Murphy will be giving the Northumbria Annual Linguistics Lecture, exploring differences between British and American English. Bookings for this quickly got close to our initial capacity so we adapted things so we can accommodate a bigger audience. It’s not too late to book a place:
Separated by a Common Language? Northumbria Annual Linguistics Lecture
We’ll tell you more about how things go after tomorrow