Ambitious? Masterclasses 2015
Deadline is March 2nd
We can send a maximum of 2 students per subject
You should be able to achieve A*/AA
Here are the Humanities subjects on offer
Anglo Saxon History (March 17) featuring:
• A tour of the Parker Library, one of the world’s great collections of Anglo Saxon manuscripts.
• “How do we know about the Early Middle Ages?” by Dr. Rory Naismith
• “Until the Dragon Comes: Myth and Legend in the Medieval North” by Dr. Brittany Schorn
Politics and International Relations (March 19) featuring:
• “US Anti-statism and the National Security State”, Dr. Aaron Rapport
• “International Intervention as a Response to Human Rights Violations.” Dr. Aaron Rapport
• A lecture by Leverhulme research fellow Dr. David Blunt
Philosophy (March 20) featuring:
• “Some problems with truth” Dr James Warren
• “The harmfulness of death” Dr James Warren
• “Do I know that the sun is going to rise tomorrow?” Dr Marina Frasca-Spada
Theology (March 24) featuring:
• “Theology and Art – The Word Made Paint”: Tour of the Fitzwilliam Museum, with Dr Andrew Davison, Fellow in Theology
• “Theology and Science – Making Friends with Multiverses” A Talk by Jamie Boulding
• “Theology and Philosophy – God and Being after Heidegger”: A Talk by Nathan Lyons
If you are interested in any of these, and think you qualify, please speak as soon as possible to your Humanities (Ancient History/History/ RS/Classical Civilisation) teacher/s.
Or your teacher may approach you…
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Ambitious? Masterclasses 2015
'LOOK OUT FOR: ‘Humanities Students: Current Notices’
A new space has been created along the Humanities corridor on the first floor of Humanities for current notices for all Humanities students.'
Remember the deadline for the second piece of coursework is this Friday (12th December) at 4pm.
Include your name, candidate number, centre name and number, page number and cumulative word count on each page. At the end of the essay give a total word count.
Also, make sure that your sources and references are properly footnoted and that you have a full bibliography.
If you are unsure about this please ask your teacher as it can affect your marks for AO1a.
A2 Students: Points for each question
A2 Students: Alternatives to Appeasement Worksheet
A2 Students: Chamberlain and Anglo-German Relations Timeline
Money in Crisis, Germany: Memories of a Nation - BBC Radio 4
AS Students: Find this series of 15 minute programmes on iPlayer. They have, up until now, been looking at pre twentieth century History. Now, there will be some programmes, like a programme on the Bauhaus, that could deepen and improve your contextual understanding of the period studied,
The link to the programme below will help your understanding of the hyperinflation crisis of 1923.
Money in Crisis, Germany: Memories of a Nation - BBC Radio 4 Neil MacGregor on the emergency money created to replace metal coins, and hyperinflation.
Censoring Mein Kampf – or anything – simply makes its ugly ideas more attractive – Telegraph Blogs
AS Students: http://blogs.telegraph.co.uk/news/katemaltby/100278612/censoring-mein-kampf-or-anything-simply-makes-its-ugly-ideas-more-attractive/
Censoring Mein Kampf – or anything – simply makes its ugly ideas more attractive – Telegraph Blogs The prose style of a bad Livejournal entry: Mein Kampf Is this the Summer of Censorship? In the US, it emerged that the NBC network requested a film tr
N**i Stocking Filler?
How is this different to the views expressed above? How is the desire to express an interest in Na**sm via primary materials like an SS uniform or Hi**er's copy of Mein Kampf wrong but an interest in visiting, as a lot of schools do, the death camps like Dachau different?
N**i Stocking Filler? A personal copy of Hi**er’s National Socialist tome Mein Kampf has gone on sale, with the book expecting to fetch more than £60,000 at auction. The 1932 version of the Fuhrer’s “struggle”, which set out his future vi...
A2 Students - Notes on both questions for the coursework to consider!
Neville Chamberlain Did The Right Thing : Intelligence Squared
All I will say is, A2 students WATCH THIS!!!! The arguments and debate offered in this programme will enhance your understanding of the issues surrounding appeasement.
Neville Chamberlain Did The Right Thing : Intelligence Squared If ever a politician got a bum rap it’s Neville Chamberlain. He has gone down in history as the British prime minster whose policy of appeasement in the 1930s allowed the N**is to flourish unopposed. He has never been forgiven for ceding part of Czechoslovakia to Hi**er in the Munich Agreement of Se…
A2 students. A great source of information for your research would be "Long Shadow", a series of three documentaries presented by David Reynolds. Search BBC iPlayer for the title. These will also be on the Media Player after half term.
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