I will be teaching adult education courses in 2015-2016 on Radical Women and the history of Doctor Who on television
1. From Mary Wollstonecraft to Women’s Liberation: 200 years of radical women 1790-1970
The course will take place at Aquinas College, Nangreave Road, Stockport on Mondays, 6.30pm to 8.30pm. This will be a 20 week course spread over the autumn and spring term . Each term may be taken separately.
Autumn term , starting on 14 September 2015
We begin with Mary Wollstonecraft’s Vindication of the Rights of Women (1791) and then go on to the Luddites, Peterloo, the Owenite Feminists, Chartism, Socialism and the long campaign to win Votes for Women which lasted from 1866 to 1928
Spring term, starting on January 2016
We will begin with women peace campaigners during the First World War, and then go on to women councillors in the 1920s, equal rights campaigns, women volunteers in the Spanish Civil War, women’s role in the Second World War, the fight for equal pay and the rise of the Women’s Liberation Movement in the late 1960s.
As part of the course there will be 3 walks around Manchester city centre and a visit to the Working Class Movement Library in Salford.
For more information or to book places, please contact Sheila Lahan; email@example.com. Tel: 0161 419 9163
2. Radical women: 1914 to 1979
I will be teaching a 10 week course on Radical Women 1914- 1979, starting on Wednesday 30th September 2015 at the Working Class Movement Library, 11am – 12.45 pm. .
We will begin with women peace campaigners during the First World War, and then go on to women councillors in the 1920s, equal rights campaigns, women’s unemployed marches in the 1930s, women volunteers in the Spanish Civil War, women’s role in the Second World War, the fight for equal pay and the rise of the Women’s Liberation Movement in the late 1960s.
The course fee will be £80 (employed) or £60 (retired/unemployed/students). For more information or to book a place on the course, please contact me : firstname.lastname@example.org
3. Doctor Who: the story of television classic
First broadcast on 23 November 1963, Doctor Who is the longest running television science fiction series in the world
This course will look at the history of the programme, beginning with the events which led to the creation of Doctor Who in 1963 by BBC’s head of drama, Sydney Newman, and the producer, Verity Lambert
We will then follow its history over the following five decades, including the Twelve Doctors from William Hartnell to Peter Capaldi and the many companions from Ian and Barbara to Clara. We will also look at the role of producers and script editors such as Terrance Dicks, Barry Letts, John Nathan Turner and Richard Adams. We will discover why Doctor Who was stopped in 1989 and how, against all the odds, it returned in 2005 to critical acclaim and is now viewed by millions, both in Britain and abroad. Each week we will view a number of episodes from each Doctor’s era.
This will be a 12 week course in the summer term, starting in April 2016. The course will take place on Tuesday evenings at Aquinas College, Nangreave Road, Stockport.
This is a TV clip about the course from April 2015
For more information or to book places , please contact Sheila Lahan; email@example.com. Tel: 0161 419 9163