CAPE HISTORY LECTURES

Saturday 5 April and Saturday, 12 April 2014 in the
Neville Hall Lecture Theatre (N1).
Annual Cape History Lectures

The CAPE History Lectures are especially designed for Cape History Teachers Students for whom admission is free

As customary, April is the time of year when the Department of History and Archaeology hosts its Annual CAPE History Lectures. The lectures are especially designed for CAPE History Teachers and Students for whom admission is FREE. This year, the CAPE History Lectures took place on April 5 and 12.

Lectures were delivered as follow:

Section I [Unit I]: Saturday, April 5, 2014 at the: Neville Hall Lecture Theatre (N1)

1. The Provisions of the British, French and Spanish Acts of Emancipation.
2. Cuban Revolution: Regional and International Impact 1959 - 1983
3. The importance & value of studying History
4 Attempts by Haiti’s Revolutionary leaders to create a free society between 1804 and 1825

Section II: [Unit II]: Saturday, April 12, 2014 at the: Neville Hall Lecture Theatre (N1)

1. European Settlement and Rivalry in the Americas to 1800
2. The Economic Linkages between the Industrial Revolution in England and the Atlantic Economy
3. The importance & value of studying History.
4. World War I & II, The Russian Revolution u to 1924, Nazism in Germany up to 1945

Presentations on the “Importance and Value of Studying History” with emphasis on careers in History, Archaeology and Heritage Studies were delivered on both days.

In addition, the text The Caribbean, the Atlantic World and Global Transformation-Lectures in Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Examinations in History was also on sale.

For more information please contact

Department of History and Archaeology
UWI Mona Campus
history@uwimona.edu.jm
Tel. No. 876 927-1922(ext 2395)
Fax 876-970-199

or visit the Department and Archaeology  main office
(8:30 am to 4:30 pm),
located at Room 19, Sir Roy Augier Building, Faculty of Humanities and Education, UWI Mona.

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