Event News

  • HA Autumn Forums 2016

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    We are pleased to announce dates for the autumn round of history forums. Don’t forget the add the dates to your diaries. Midlands History Forum: Meeting the Challenges of the History Curriculum Saturday 15 October 2016, University of Birmingham. Book your place here London History Forum: Untold Stories Friday 11...

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  • Conference: The presence of the Holocaust in Society

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    The Presence of the Holocaust in society, politics and culture, c.1970 – 2015 19th-21st July 2016 Venue: The BAHS 2016 conference is organised and hosted by the UCL Centre for Holocaust Education at the UCL Institute of Education, in Bloomsbury, Central London. This conference will focus on the 'Presence of...

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  • Welcome to the newly designed HA website!

    17th June 2016

    We have been working on the changes, cleaning our records, reviewing, re-tagging, re-versioning and editing all our online resources for the past year. Did you know we have almost half a million pages of content on the site? No? Nor did we until we started reviewing them! Logging in You...

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  • The HA Conference 2016 - Report

    15th June 2016

    In May the HA office uprooted and transferred to Harrogate – yes it was annual conference! Now historians can occasionally be accused of not being good with change and that might be why some were confused that we held it a week later than usual – but they weren’t as...

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  • Doing History at University

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    Date: Thursday 14 July 2016 Venue: University of Cambridge Time: 10am-4pm Cost: £10 per delegate deposit. Following previous successful events at the universities of Oxford and Durham, we are pleased to announce the third annual Doing History at University event. This year, we will be working in partnership with Cambridge...

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  • 2017 Teacher Fellowship Programme: the Cold War

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    Course Leader: Ben Walsh Academic Leader: Dr Jessica Reinisch (Birkbeck) The 2017 Teacher Fellowship Programme will focus on the history and historiography of the Cold War. The course will be taught by historians at Birkbeck College London in collaboration with the Historical Association. The programme will be fully funded, including...

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  • Workshop: Using images of violence

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    Teachers are invited to two FREE workshops at Canterbury Christ Church University on 12 and 13 July, designed for secondary school history teachers, which will cover a range of issues related to images of violence in American history, with a particular focus on their use in the classroom from both...

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  • Get Into Film

    10th May 2016

    Into Film Workshop Helps History Teachers Use Film to Raise Attainment. "As a teacher of history and leader of our school film club I believe that film is a powerful tool for helping pupils to develop their knowledge, understanding and, more importantly, their historical and critical thinking skills. The history...

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  • Canterbury Branch Primary Conference

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    HA Canterbury Branch Annual Primary Schools History Conference. Your school is warmly invited to send a representative to this year's conference for teachers of History in primary schools. This year's programme addresses important issues which were requested by teachers who attended last year's conference, namely : teaching History to younger...

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  • Teaching Thematic History in the New GCSE

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    A CPD event for teachers in partnership with OCR, AQA, Pearson and the British Museum Friday June 10 2016 The British Museum, London 4-8pm As we choose new GCSE specifications, the two thirds of us who are either new to teaching, or who have taught modern world history in the...

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