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14th February 2018
GRAFFITI from the streets of Greece painted during the violent protests against austerity has been brought to the University of Chichester for a world-first exhibition. On the Streets of Athens: Art, Protest, Political Crisis explores the use of street art as a means of political dissent,...
18th January 2018
THE heroic actions of a mother who saved her son’s life by pushing him from a moving train bound for Auschwitz are to be remembered in Chichester. A performance retelling the true story of Simon Gronowski’s escape from Nazi terror is being staged by more than 100 singers and musicians in the city’...
21st December 2017
THE history of legendary tales from European mythology has been revealed by two University of Chichester lectures as part of a new Netflix series released this month. Myths and Monsters, available from Saturday 23 December, unearths the unexpected stories of the world’s most popular myths. Dr...
30th November 2017
The Department of History and Politics welcomed Dr Nicola Clarke to discuss The ‘Almost Boleyn’ Girls: the Howard Women 1485-1558. The Howard dynasty epitomises what we think of as Tudor politics. As dukes of Norfolk, they advised Henry VIII, won the Battle of Flodden in 1513, and put two family...
30th November 2017
The Department of History and Politics hosted Chris Pope on Thursday 23 November to speak on the world of supporting education as conducted by the Prince's teaching institute.   This one-hour, interactive session was very useful for all colleagues working with schools in one capacity or another.  
24th November 2017
The History and Politics Department welcomed Chris Pope from the Prince's trust on Thursday 23rd November. He delivered a seminar on 'The Importance of Inspiring Teaching: An Introduction to the Prince's Institute'
23rd November 2017
A RARE opportunity to attend a fascinating talk and discussion with renowned philosopher, author, and humanist AC Grayling is taking place on Friday 24 November. The theorist will be visiting the University of Chichester from 5:30pm to meet students and guests and talk about his latest book War:...
15th November 2017
Academic Block Room 0.01, University of Chichester, Bishop Otter Campus, College Lane PO19 6PE Friday 17 November 2017 18:00 - 19:30 As part of the national Being Human Festival 2017, the Department of History and Politics is hosting an interactive event at 6pm on November 17 led by Professor Ross...
8th November 2017
Dr Lorenza Gianfrancesco, University of Chichester Wednesday 8 November 2017, 5pm – E124 On the 16th of December 1631 Vesuvius erupted after a long period of inactivity. First of a series of volcanic eruptions that hit the Kingdom of Naples throughout the seventeenth century, this event was...
21st October 2017
21 October 2017 Goldsmiths' College, London What are the latest research findings in Black British History?  How are young and emerging scholars of Black British History, particularly those of African and Caribbean heritage, pushing the boundaries of knowledge and redrawing the field?  How can...

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