Teaching Russian Revolutionary History in the Centenary and Beyond: Sources, Approaches, Events
Location: University of Leicester
Date and Time: September 6, 2016. 10:00-13:00.
We are delighted to announce the following workshop, to be held at the University of Leicester on the morning of September 6, 2016 (10:00-13:00). The initiative is funded by the East Midlands Centre for Teaching History and Learning (EMC – http://historycentre.org/) and is organised by Dr. Sarah Badcock (University of Nottingham) and Dr. Zoe Knox (University of Leicester). Looking forward to the centenary of 1917, it will explore ways of bringing the Russian Revolution to life in the classroom. The workshop will be accessible and open both to specialists working and teaching directly on the Revolution and to scholars teaching broader modules touching on the Revolution.
The workshop aims to disseminate and develop best practice in teaching aspects of the Russian Revolution across the East Midlands. It will:
- bring together scholars researching and teaching revolutionary history to discuss latest research agendas and assess the state of the field;
- produce a critical teaching guide and bibliographic survey for teaching the Russian Revolution;
- share information on innovative teaching initiatives and public facing events relating to 1917.
The workshop will consist of short several presentations on research and teaching innovation in the field, followed by a structured discussion on teaching materials and methods. Confirmed speakers include:
- Sarah Badcock (Nottingham)
- Nick Baron (Nottingham)
- Alexandre Christoyannopoulos(Loughborough)
- Alistair Dickins (Manchester)
- Zoe Knox (Leicester)
- Paul Maddrell (Loughborough)
Limited funding is available to support the travel costs for attendees and lunch will be provided. Due to limited space, all potential workshop attendees are asked to register their interest to email@example.com by no later than midday on August 26, 2016.