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The Spectre of Trump Haunts Biden’s Inauguration

Sinead McEneaney, Historian, on the day of Joseph R. Biden’s inauguration as 46th President of the United States, and inauguration like no other.

20th January 2021

Has US politics reached crisis point?

As we continue to watch events unfolding at the Capitol, Dr Sinead McEneaney, Lecturer in History, and David Galbraith, Lecturer in Politics, share their thoughts and consider what might come next.

7th January 2021

£2.2 million funding secured for Decolonising Education for Peace in Africa (DEPA)

Announced as part of a £147m package of UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) funding, The Open University’s Decolonising Education for Peace in Africa (DEPA) project has received £2.2 million of funding.  Projected outcomes will include the development of training for educators using decolonised learning pedagogy and content.

24th November 2020
Photo by Daniel Schludi on Unsplash - images shows a row of COVID-19 vaccines in small blue bottles

The Demand of Justice in the Diffusion of the Vaccine for COVID-19

Theo Papaioannou, Professor of Politics, Innovation and Development, highlights the inequities faced by millions in regards to access to the COVID-19 vaccine. While the US, UK and Europe rush to procure vaccines, Theo urges us to consider those in poor and marginalised countries

17th November 2020
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Are you better than the average driver?

80% of drivers think that they are better than average. Why not put your abilities to the test with ‘The Mobile Office Challenge’, a new 10-minute interactive based on research by Applied Cognitive Psychologist Dr Gemma Briggs

16th November 2020
Umiaq and north wind during spring whaling by Kiliii Yuyan

An Introduction to the Arctic – A British Museum collaboration

Climate change is placing unprecedented pressure on Arctic Peoples, and the threats that they face are the precursor to those that will affect us all. This free event introduces the diverse landscapes and complex histories of the peoples and their region.  

6th November 2020
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The new SSGS magazine

We're pleased to announce the publication of SSGS Magazine, which offers insight into the breadth of work across the School's eight disciplines. 

4th November 2020
Clive Emsley on his receipt of an honorary doctorate from Edge Hill University

Remembering Professor Emeritus, Clive Emsley (1944-2020)

Clive Emsley, pioneering historian, and enthusiastic wine connoisseur, born 4 August 1944; died 5 October 2020. We in FASS wish him the fondest of farewells. 

21st October 2020
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Beyond the Now

Beyond the Now is a new social art practice collaboration providing a platform for art that responds to the COVID-19 crisis. Led by Art Historian Dr Kim Charnley, the first season launches today. 

15th October 2020
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FASS held its first (re)Freshers event online

FASS held its first (re)Freshers event livestreamed on StudentHubLive. The event replay is now available.

7th October 2020

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