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  • The later Middle Ages: Teacher Fellowship programme outcomes

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    These resources were developed as part of the Historical Association’s inaugural Teacher Fellowship Programme funded by Agincourt 600. The programme was led by Ian Dawson and focused on developing teachers’ knowledge of late medieval history and translating this to the classroom. Featuring academic input from Professor Anne Curry, Professor Michael...

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  • History in schools 2017

    7th December 2017

    Secondary: GCSE history changes affecting KS3 students Recent findings from the Historical Association’s Annual Survey into History Teaching in English Secondary Schools, suggests that – despite the best intentions – changes to GCSE history are seriously affecting the amount of time given to history lessons at Key Stage 3.  The...

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  • The Partition of India – 70 years on

    3rd August 2017

    Britain had formally governed the Indian subcontinent from 1858, although its influence there had been growing for the previous two centuries. India was considered the jewel in the crown of the British Empire. Political, ethnic and regional movements in India were opposed to being part of a foreign Empire, and...

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  • The Historical Association has a new President

    15th June 2017

    Tony Badger is Professor in American History at Northumbria University with a distinguished career and reputation amongst his peers. He has been in senior roles at the University of Cambridge and published widely. “I am delighted to be able to work with Tony over the next few years. He is...

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  • Gillian Burnett awarded British Empire Medal (BEM)

    13th June 2017

    The twenty-first Annual Dinner of the Isle of Wight branch was held at the Brading Roman Villa. Fifty members and invited guests assembled before the Dinner in the Villa itself to witness the Lord Lieutenant of the Isle of Wight, Major General Martin White CB CBE JP, representing Her Majesty...

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  • Parliament, people or privilege: Do we need a better understanding of constitutional history?

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    Join our panel, including Dr Alix Green, Professor Tony Badger and Professor Justin Champion as they discuss how recent polls and election results have confounded many pundits. Do calls to ‘give us our country back’ or ‘return our sovereignty’ suggest that many people in liberal democracies need a better understanding of...

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  • EuroClio Guidebook for History Textbook Authors and Handbook on Intercultural Citizenship

    6th March 2017

    "On a Common Path" In February 2017, Lebanese Association for History president Nayla Hamadeh attended a meeting of the League of Arab States on behalf of EUROCLIO – European Association of History Educators. The meeting was called for by Ms. Samia Bibars, Director of the Inter-Civilizational Dialogue Department at the...

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  • First World War Section

    Article

    To commemorate and centenary of the First World War we at the HA will be supporting a number of events and projects through our own activities and partnerships around the country. HA branches have already begun holding talks with First World War themes and will continue to do so with...

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  • Historical Association Cookies Policy

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  • An Evening with Michael Wood

    4th June 2011

    Foyles host Medlicott Awards Evening The Historical Association are please to confirm the venue for the 2011 Medicott Awards Evening. The event will now take place at the Gallery, Foyles, Charing Cross Road, London on Thursday 23rd June 2011.  An Evening with Michael Wood - Winner of the 2011 Medlicott...

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  • The Historical Association Response to the English Baccalaureate 2011

    16th March 2011

    In February 2011, the Department for Education issued a call for evidence regarding the English Baccalaureate, to be considered by a review committee. The Historical Association responded to this call for evidence on behalf of our members. The full submission currently remains the property of the review committee, should they...

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