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Faculty of Arts and Humanities

Faculty Events

The Faculty of Arts & Humanities regularly host a range of events including conferences, research seminars and symposiums, attracting delegates from around the world. 

Please find below a list of upcoming Faculty events, all are welcome to attend:

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Irish Studies Research Group Seminar Series 2017

The Irish Studies Research Group Seminar Series continues on Monday 6th February with Dayna Killian who will discuss Women and the Abbey Theatre in the early 20th Century; challenging the canon. 

The seminar will begin at 5:00 pm in EDEN 012.  All are welcome. 

Please click here for further details about the Irish Studies Research Group and to view the full Seminar Series programme.


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Seeking refuge: Multiple perspectives

The Archbishop Desmond Tutu Centre for War & Peace Studies present a talk on Seeking refuge: Multiple perspectives.

Come along and hear about the experiences of refugees and asylum seekers from people who have first-hand experience on the issue including academic researchers, local organisations, volunteers working internationally and people seeking refuge.

The talk will be held on Monday 6th February at 1:00 - 3:00 pm in LTC C. 

Please click here for further information about the Archbishop Desmond Tutu Centre, and for details of upcoming events. 


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Mid-Week Movies at the Capstone Theatre 

Mid-Week Movies is a series of fortnightly film screenings of classic, arthouse and international cinema.  These take place in The Capstone Theatre at the Creative Campus on Wednesday afternoons at 4:00 pm. 

Admission is FREE and all students are welcome to attend. 

The series continues with a screening of Mr Turner (2014) on Wednesday 15th February at 4:00 pm

Please click the following link to view the full schedule of movies and for further information: Capstone Mid-Week Movies 2017


Social Work Distinguished Lecture Series 2016/17

The Department of Social Work, Care & Justice is hosting a series of Distinguished Social Work Lectures on dates throughout the academic year, bringing together some of the leading social work academics in the country to Liverpool Hope.

The series continues on Wednesday 22nd February 2017 with Professor Chris Jones (University of Liverpool) who will discuss Refugees and Social Work: Sharing Experiences from Samos Island, Greece.

Please click here to view the full schedule and for further information about the lecture series. 

All lectures will commence at 5:30 pm in EDEN Lecture Theatre.  Please RSVP to events@hope.ac.uk

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Liverpool International Jazz Festival 

The Fifth Liverpool International Jazz Festival will be held from Thursday 23rd to Sunday 26th February 2017 at the Capstone Theatre, Creative Campus. 

Please click here to view the full programme and to book tickets. 


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English Language Research Seminar Series 2016/17 

The Department of English are delighted to present the English Language Research Seminar Series 2016/17:

Date to be announced: Jennifer Martyn (University College Dublin) will discuss Revisiting gender and foreign language education research: Findings from a critical ethnography in Ireland

Wednesday 1st March 2017: Siobhan Chapman (University of Liverpool) will discuss Linguistic pragmatics and literary revision 

All talks will take place at 4:30 - 5:30 pm in EDEN 004.  For further information about the Research Seminar Series please contact Dr Ruth Kircher


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Cornerstone Arts Festival 2017 

The 2017 Cornerstone Arts Festival will take place from Monday 6th to Saturday 11th March.  The Festival will feature a range of music, drama, dance and fine art workshops and performances.  

The full programme is available to view in The Capstone Theatre Spring Season Brochure (from pages 16 to 27).  

All events are FREE to attend.  Please reserve your tickets here

Please click here or visit the HopeCornerstoneFestival Facebook page for further information.  

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Voulez-Vous parler Français? Want to speak French? 

The European Institute are offering a series of French speaking classes to all Hope staff and students.

Beginners/Restarters Class: Every Tuesday 1:00 - 2:00 pm in HPS 106 (Sports Building)

Intermediate Class: Every Thursday 1:00 - 2:00 pm in HPS 106 (Sports Building)

Newcomers to the classes are very welcome.