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In the news: Academics share successes and expertise with the media

EDEN building 150x150 Wednesday 15 July 2015

Experts from Liverpool Hope have been sharing their expertise with national and local media.

Dr Sonja Tiernan, Senior Lecturer in History and Politics, appeared on Radio Merseyside in a debate about the gender pay gap (1:07).

Professor Philip Alexander, Visiting Professor of Theology, Philosophy and Religious Studies, appeared on Melvin Bragg’s Radio 4 show In Our Time, where he discussed the history and contents of the Talmud, one of the most important texts of Judaism.

Dr Evan Lawrence, Professional Tutor in International Relations, appeared on Radio 4's World Tonight programme  discussing how we define extremism. Dr Lawrence will also guest host BBC 5 Live's Up All Night programme on Monday August 3rd from 2.00-3:30 am, where she will be talking about the same topic.

Dr Danny Rye was interviewed on Heart FM, Capital Radio and LBC about Derek Hatton’s return to the Labour Party.

Professor David Chester, from the department of Geography and Environmental Sciences, was on Radio 4s’ Beyond Belief programme, discussing the theological implications of the recent earthquake in Nepal.

Dr Bryce Evans, Senior Lecturer in History, appeared on the BBC Anne Diamond radio show, contributed to a feature by BBC Magazine and was interviewed by the Liverpool Echo to discuss his call to bring back the communal dining models of World War I and II.   

Liverpool Hope University’s collaboration with Tento Technologies was reported on by FS Tech, Mobile Marketing Magazine, BDaily, Liverpool Chamber of Commerce and  Liverpool Echo Business.  

Dr Joe Greener spoke to the Liverpool Echo about the state of care homes in the UK.

Dr David Lewin, Senior Lecturer in Philosophy of Education, reviewed a paper on A Normative Approach to the Legitimacy of Muslim Schools in Multicultural Britain in Schools Week.


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