History Fest and English Fest

Throughout the week of 14-18 June, we held online sessions to explore a range of topics from Civil Rights and Race in the US, Stalin’s Russia and The Great Gatsby: Trump, COVID-19 & Black Lives Matter. If you missed it you can catch up by watching the recordings below.

Female student in a clasroom

Monday 14 June - English Fest

English at University with Dr Cassie Gorman

English at University with Dr Cassie Gorman
Female student sat inside

Tuesday 15 June - English Fest

Dystopia: Margaret Atwood's A Handmaid's Tale with Prof Sarah Brown

The Romantic Period: John Keats with Prof John Gardner

Dystopia: Margaret Atwood's The Handmaid's Tale with Prof Sarah Brown The Romantic Period: John Keats with Prof John Gardner
Male student in lecture theatre

Tuesday 15 June - History Fest

Making of Modern Britain with Dr Richard Carr – 10am

The Making of Modern Britain with Dr Richard Carr
Male student inside

Wednesday 16 June - English Fest

The Great Gatsby: Trump, COVID-19 & Black Lives Matter with Dr Jeannette Baxter – 10am

 

The Great Gatsby: Trump, COVID-19 & Black Lives Matter with Dr Jeannette Baxter
Male student inside

Wednesday 16 June - History Fest

Stalin’s Russia with Dr Jonathan Davis - coming soon!

The British Empire with Dr Sean Lang

Stalin's Russia with Dr Jonathan Davis The British Empire with Dr Sean Lang
Female student in a seminar

Thursday 17 June - History Fest

History at University with Prof Rohan McWilliam – 11am

History at University with Prof Rohan McWilliam
Female student inside

Friday 18 June - History Fest

Civil rights and race relations in the USA with Prof Rohan McWilliam

Civil Rights & Race Relations in the USA with Prof Rohan McWilliam