SHP and HA set conference dates

11th April 1997 at 01:00
The Schools History Project celebrates its 25th birthday at its ninth national conference to be held at Trinity and All Saints College, Leeds, June 27-29.

Speakers will include: Tony McAleavy, humanities adviser for Gloucester, on the understanding of interpretations in history; David Sylvester, SHP founding director; and Chris Culpin, new SHP co-director. Fee: Pounds 170 residential, Pounds 108 non-residential.

Further details from Pat Edwards, Trinity and All Saints College, Brownberrie Lane, Horsforth, Leeds LS18 5HD.

"Challenging history" is the theme of the Historical Association's annual conference to be held at University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology, September 11-13.

Speakers will include: Tony McAleavy, humanities adviser for Gloucester, and Carmel Gallagher of the Northern Ireland Curriculum Authority. Over 50 workshops.

For further details telephone 0171 735 3901.

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