Liverpool Hope Logo
Find Your Course
Section Menu

University Events

The University hosts a number of events, public lectures and conferences over the course of the academic year. This programme of events reflects the diverse areas teaching and research undertaken by our Academics and Research Centres. 

Further details will be added as they become available. 

In the light of the ongoing development of COVID-19, the University regrets that it may have to cancel many of the events we have planned for the rest of the academic year.  

 

March 2020

Date: Friday 20th March 2020, 6pm-8pm  

Event: Seeing art with an experts eye symposium

Hosted by: Liverpool Hope University, Department of Psychology 

Venue: Tate Liverpool

Details: Dr Letizia Palumbo, Dr Neil Harrison present and discuss the results of their research project taking place 3-16th February.  The discussion will involve art experts, psychologists and visual scientists who will interact with the audience on this topic. 

Open to: Staff, students, members of the public 

April 2020

Date: Monday 20th April 2020, 2pm  

Event: Transnational Corporations, Natural Resources and Conflict

Hosted by: Archbishop Desmond Tutu CentreGuest Speaker: Professor Solomon Salako

Venue: EDEN109, Eden Building, Hope Park Campus 

Details: Professorial Lecture organised by the Archbishop Desmond Tutu Centre for War and Peace Studies

Open to: Staff, students, members of the public 

-

Date: Wednesday 22nd April 2020, 12noon  

Event: Hindu Moksha vs Muslim Shahada in early modern Malay epic literature

Hosted by: Archbishop Desmond Tutu CentreGuest Speaker: Dr Harith Ramli

Venue: EDEN109, Eden Building, Hope Park Campus 

Details: Research Seminar series Religion and Conflict organised by the Archbishop Desmond Tutu Centre for War and Peace Studies

Open to: Staff, students, members of the public 

-

Date: Monday 27th April 2020, 1.00pm  

Event: In the wake of IS: is martyrdom still important for Sunni Islam?

Hosted by: Archbishop Desmond Tutu CentreGuest Speaker: David Cook

Venue: LHBS007, The Business School, Hope Park Campus 

Details: Research Seminar series Religion and Conflict organised by the Archbishop Desmond Tutu Centre for War and Peace Studies

Open to: Staff, students, members of the public 

May 2020

Date: Friday 1st May 2020, 12noon  

Event: Managing Religious Diversity in Tanzania

Hosted by: Archbishop Desmond Tutu CentreGuest Speaker: Dr Stephen McLoughlin

Venue: EDEN008, Eden Building, Hope Park Campus 

Details: Research Seminar series Religion and Conflict organised by the Archbishop Desmond Tutu Centre for War and Peace Studies

Open to: Staff, students, members of the public 

 

June 2020