Examining Progression and Perceptions Post 1800. 5th April 2017. 10am. UCLan. Foster Building. Preston.

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On the 5th April 2017, myself (Joshua Lowe) along with Carrie-anne Phillips, Andrew Ellis, Charlotte Beasor, Michelle Heaton-Bentley, and Rhyanon Ejraee will be presenting Seminar Papers as part of our MRes History Degree course. This Academic Conference will be starting at 10am in Foster Building on the University of Central Lancashire Campus. I have added a map below:

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Foster Building is located within the blue zone in the bottom left.

The programme of papers is available here. I hope that you can attend.

Examining Progression and Perceptions Post 1800

April 5th 2017

Foster Building

Panel Time 9.30 – Welcome
  10.00 – 10.15 Opening Remarks – Máirtín Ó Catháin                                                                                    Mitchell and Kenyon Theatre
1 10.15 – 11.15 Mitchell and Kenyon Theatre

 

Cultural Perceptions

 

Chair: Caroline Sharples

 

Joshua Lowe Smut and Trash: The Nazi Party Vs The American Comic Book Industry

 

Carrie-anne Phillips History on Film: A look at the Holocaust on Film

 

2 11.15 – 11.45 Mitchell and Kenyon Theatre

Political Continuity and Change

Chair: Stephen Meredith

Andrew Ellis Thatcher and Blair: Continuity or Change?

  11.45 – 13.00 Refreshment Break
3 13.00 – 14.30

 

 

 

 

Foster Building Lecture Theatre 2

Gender Morality

Chair: Billy Frank

Charlotte Beasor The Feminism of contagion: The Ladies National Association and the Contagious Diseases Acts

Michelle Heaton-Bentley Women, morality and the law: Annie Besant’s custody battle

Rhyanon Ejraee Who saved the children?: German and Spanish refugees

16.00 – Close

 

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