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For this Star Lecture Dr Laurence Brown will discuss past and present migration, focussing on the industrial and post-industrial eras. He will be examining the migration of different peoples including Irish, Jewish, Caribbean and South Asian as well as migration within the UK. This will lead to an interesting debate on segregation and multiculturalism in the city.
The Star Lecture Series has been developed by the University to allow teachers and pupils access to exciting curriculum resources delivered by some of our leading academic staff. Filmed and recorded at the University, these lectures cover topic areas on the national curriculum and exam syllabuses, link students' studies to current research and offer an insight into university study.
The event will take place on the University of Manchester campus and is open to pupils in years 9 – 11. The talk links to topics within the GCSE History syllabus and will also touch on other curriculum areas such as Geography and Citizenship.
Wed 29 Feb 2012 1pm - 2.45pm
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