As part of the School of History’s 50th Anniversary History Projects, we are holding a Witness Seminar on the evening of Monday 8 June 2015 from 6:30-7:45pm in Grimond Lecture Theatre 1. This will take the form of a roundtable discussion, with past and present staff and students of the University exploring some of their experiences at Kent over the years.
The seminar will be chaired by Juliette Pattinson, Reader of History, and will include the following panellists:
- Amy Harrison – 2nd year undergraduate student reading for a BA in History
- Tim Luckhurst – Professor of Journalism and Head of the University’s Centre for Journalism
- David Nightingale – Senior Deputy Vice-Chancellor and Senior Lecturer in Ancient History
- Doreen Rosman – A former Lecturer in History at Kent
The panel will be discussing their time at Kent, and audience members will be encouraged to ask questions and share their own experiences. The seminar will be followed by a drinks reception and buffet to launch an exhibition of student volunteers’ work on the University’s history to date in the Aphra Foyer (Grimond Building).
If you cannot make it along on the evening, the exhibition will be running from Monday 8 through to Friday 12 June, and we hope you can enjoy our volunteers work.
For more information about the event or the exhibition, please contact Dr Mark Hurst, M.R.L.Hurst@kent.ac.uk.
More information about the History Projects and celebration events can be found on the special University of Kent 50th anniversary website.