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Call for Papers - Conference on Hybrid Warfare and Minority Rights

Date: 25 March 2015

Call for Papers   Conference on Hybrid Warfare and Minority Rights   Centre for International Law and Human Rights Univers ... Read more»


Naomi Tadmor awarded British Academy Senior Research Fellowship

Date: 23 March-April 2015

Professor Naomi Tadmor was awarded the British Academy/Leverhulme Senior Research Fellowship 2015-16, for her new project on Cultures of Settlement ... Read more»


Ruth Wodak, Friday Series, Georgetown University

Date: 20 March 2015

Ruth is invited to give a departmental lecture on Friday, March 20, on  Analyzing Narratives of Persecution, Flight and Survival. Children of A ... Read more»


Successful Launch of Regional Heritage Centre

Date: 20 March 2015

Saturday 7th March 2015 saw the official launch of the Regional Heritage Centre at Lancaster University. This was an opportunity to celebrate the Un ... Read more»


Launch of Education Report

Date: 18 March 2015

Professor Mary Hamilton (Educational Research) and Professor David Barton (Linguistics) participated in a reception at the House of Commons on Monda ... Read more»


Regional Heritage Bursary

Date: 18 March 2015

The History Department has one Regional Heritage Bursary to offer in 2015-16 from the Bampton and District Local History Society. The project will exp ... Read more»


Julia Gillen talking about writing on the Edwardian Postcard to the Local History Society, Chipping

Date: 17 March 2015

Julia Gillen is presenting a talk on Writing on Edwardian Postcards - to and from Lancashire to the Chipping Local History Society on 17th March. &nbs ... Read more»


GURT 2015 Ruth Wodak organizes invited panel

Date: 14 March 2015

Ruth Wodak was invited to organize a panel at GURT 2015, Georgetown University, Washington DC.The panel included 9 Speakers from 6 countries debating ... Read more»


Year 11 Essay Competition

Date: 10 March 2015

Year 11 Essay Competition Answer the following question in no more than 1000 words: 'A specific criminal offence of cyber-bullying needs ... Read more»


Year 12 Essay Competition

Date: 10 March 2015

Year 12 Essay Competition Answer the following question in no more than 1000 words: "People should be allowed to post whatever they ... Read more»


MA Language Testing student wins BALEAP dissertation award

Date: 5 March 2015

We are very pleased to announce that MA in Language Testing student Nikolay Gochev has won the BALEAP Masters dissertation award for his research look ... Read more»


Workshop on 'Troubled Families'

Date: 5 March 2015

One of our current postgraduates, Michael Lambert, recently organised a workshop on the coalition government's Troubled Families Programme. Read ... Read more»


European Schoolnet video of Sue Cranmer seminar

Date: 4 March 2015

Sue Cranmer was invited to give a talk about on Visually impaired young people's uses of digital technologies for learning at European Schoolnet in Br ... Read more»


Upcoming Keynote at the IFIP 2015 Conference

Date: 4 March 2015

Policy makers in England and Australia have now decided to include computer science in school curricula for pupils from 5 years of age. Teachers now n ... Read more»


Keynote by Ruth Wodak, RAGE Conference

Date: 4 March 2015

Ruth was invited ker at the RAGE Conference in Brussels, 4 March 2015. RAGE stands for "Populist Shifts, Rise of the Extreme Right and 'Othering' ... Read more»


Latest newsletter from the Regional Heritage Centre

Date: 3 March 2015

E-NEWSLETTER, February 2015 Welcome to the latest e-newsletter from the Department of History's Regional Heritage Centre. You are welcome to ... Read more»


Press Release: Painting a Brighter Future for Older People

Date: 3 March 2015

A ground-breaking project investigating the impact of painting in combatting social isolation and loneliness among older people is being undertaken ... Read more»


Lancaster University Law School at the Jessup Mooting Competition

Date: 1 March 2015

A team from Lancaster University Law School competed in the UK rounds of the Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition on 27 Feb ... Read more»


Stuart Kirby part of N8 Research team awarded funding to investigate and develop policing policy and

Date: 27 February 2015

Dr Stuart Kirby is part of the N8 Police Researching Partnership research team who have been awarded £6.6m to develop policing policy, practice a ... Read more»


Press Release: Why Schools and Education Chiefs need to be more on their Game

Date: 27 February 2015

Classroom curriculums may need to be altered to incorporate computer games as a major part of school learning, according to a leading UK academic. ... Read more»



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