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Faculty Events

The Faculty of Arts & Humanities regularly host a range of events including conferences, research seminars and symposiums, attracting delegates from around the world. 

Please find below a list of upcoming Faculty events, all are welcome to attend:

 

Faculty of Arts & Humanities Events 

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Civic Lecture 2017: Eamon Gilmore speaks about the challenges of building peace 

Date: Monday 24th April 2017

Time: 4:00 - 6:00 pm, followed by a reception 

Venue: Senate Room 

The Archbishop Desmond Tutu Centre for War & Peace Studies present the annual Civic Lecture.

Come along and hear first hand about the challenges of peacemaking and peacebuilding in Ireland and Colombia

All are welcome.

 

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BA Design Students' work on display at The Walker Art Gallery 

Second year BA Design students are currently featuring their work in the professional setting of The Walker Art Gallery as part of the 'History in the Making' exhibition. 

Please click here to read the full story.

The display is open until Sunday 14th May 2017.

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Mid-Week Movies at the Capstone Theatre 

Mid-Week Movies is a series of fortnightly film screenings of classic, arthouse and international cinema.  These take place in The Capstone Theatre at the Creative Campus on Wednesday afternoons at 4:00 pm. 

Admission is FREE and all students and staff are welcome to attend. 

Wednesday 26th April at 4:00 pm -  The Man Who Fell to Earth (1976) starring David Bowie 

Wednesday 10th May at 4:00 pm - Barry Lyndon (1975) starring Ryan O'Neal 

Wednesday 24th May at 4:00 pm - The Draughtsman's Contract (1982)  

Please click the following link to view the full schedule of movies and for further information: Capstone Mid-Week Movies 2017

 

Social Work Distinguished Lecture Series 2016/17

The Department of Social Work, Care & Justice is hosting a series of Distinguished Social Work Lectures on dates throughout the academic year, bringing together some of the leading social work academics in the country to Liverpool Hope.

Wednesday 10th May at 5:30 pm - Dr Gurnam Singh (Coventry University) Anti-oppressive Social Work, Neoliberalism and Neoeugenics

Wednesday 14th June at 5:30 pm - Mrs Samantha Baron (Manchester Metropolitan University) The State of (State) Social Work Education

Please click here to view the full schedule and for further information about the lecture series. 

All lectures will be held in EDEN 130 Lecture Theatre.  Please RSVP to events@hope.ac.uk

 

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Irish Studies Research Group Seminar Series

Thursday 27th April 2017, 5:00 pm 

Paddy Hoey - Irish republicanism: street theatre and the 1916 rising centenary 

Venue: EDEN 013

Monday 8th May 2017, 1:00 pm 

Ruth Canning - Frontier identities and issues of allegiance in late Elizabethan Ireland: Christopher Nugent, Baron of Delvin

Venue: EDEN 013

All are welcome.

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Professorial Lecture 2017: Climate Change, Environmental Security and Global Justice 

Date: Wednesday 3rd May 2017

Time: 4:00 - 6:00 pm, followed by a reception

Venue: EDEN 130 Lecture Theatre

The Department of Law and The Archbishop Desmond Tutu Centre for War & Peace Studies present a Professorial Lecture by Professor Solomon Salako  

All are welcome.

Fine Art and Degree Show 2015

Fine & Applied Art Degree Show 

Dates: Exhibition open to the public from Saturday 27th May to Tuesday 6th June 2017

Times: Open 9:00 am to 5:00 pm weekdays, 10:00 am to 4:00 pm weekends.

Venue: Cornerstone Building, Creative Campus 

The final year students of the Department of Fine & Applied Art are delighted to host their 2017 Degree Show.  The exhibition will showcase students degree work in Fine Art and Design, including painting, sculpture, jewellery design, textiles and ceramics and is a culmination of their three years of study at Liverpool Hope University.

For further information please email art@hope.ac.uk 

 

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Voulez-Vous parler Français? Want to speak French? 

The European Institute are offering a series of French speaking classes to all Hope staff and students.

Beginners/Restarters Class: Every Tuesday 1:00 - 2:00 pm in HPS 106 (Sports Building)

Intermediate Class: Every Thursday 1:00 - 2:00 pm in HPS 106 (Sports Building)

Classes will run until Thursday 4th May 2017.

Newcomers to the classes are very welcome.

Faculty Conferences 2017

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Sacred Places: Performances, Politics and Ecologies - A Multidsciplinary Perspective 

Dates: 20th - 21st April 2017

Organised by: The Department of Drama, Dance & Performance Studies in partnership with The Archbishop Desmond Tutu Centre for War & Peace Studies and the working group 'Performance, Religion and Spirituality' of the International Federation for Theatre Research

Venue: Creative Campus, Liverpool Hope University 

Please click here for further details about the conference. Please click here to register.

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Reformation - Revival & Renewal Movements in Africa 

Dates: 9th - 11th June 2017

Organised by: The Andrew F Walls Centre for the Study of Asian & African Christianity

Venue: Hope Park, Liverpool Hope University 

Please click here for further details and to register.

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Theorising the Popular Conference 2017

Dates: 21st - 22nd June 2017

Organised by: The Popular Culture Research Group

Venue: Hope Park, Liverpool Hope University

Please click here for further details about the conference. Please click here to register.

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Restoring Peace: Building Post-Conflict Societies

Date: 3rd July 2017

Organised by: The Archbishop Desmond Tutu Centre for War & Peace Studies

Venue: Creative Campus, Liverpool Hope University 

Please click here for further details about the conference.  Please click here to register.