Seminars and Events in the School
International Seabird Group Conference
Date: 3rd September 2018 – 6th September 2018
Venue: UoL - Central Teaching Hub
We look forward to welcoming you to the 14th International Seabird Group Conference in Liverpool on the 3-6th September 2018. The conference promises to provide an exciting showcase of the latest seabird research, located within the heart of the city of Liverpool, famous for its maritime history and cultural diversity. Keynote speakers and early career events will compliment two and a half days of talks and posters, covering all aspects of seabird research.
The Centre for Port and Maritime history Annual Conference 2018
Date: 13th September 2018
Venue: UoL - Management School
Maritime labour remains central to our understanding of port and shipboard life. Turns towards global, transnational and postcolonial histories have all variously reinvigorated these discussions, showing how practices of resistance, antagonism, internationalism and much more were embedded within the maritime world. For the 2018 CPMH Conference, we return to these themes to discuss what current, leading-edge research is uncovering about the role of maritime labour in the past, but also to encourage the discussion of previous debates in the light of new evidence or approaches.
A-level Geography Masterclasses: Core Concepts and Case Studies
Date: 10th October 2018
Venue: University of Liverpool, Central Teaching Hub, Foyer and Lecture Theatre B (LT-B)
The Department of Geography welcomes you to join us for an afternoon of Mastery and Stretch & Challenge. Our A-level Masterclasses provide lectures discussing high order concepts and case studies, with a focus on core content across all exam board syllabi. We aim to support students to achieve their very best, and to stretch the most able students.