History Taster Session

Date: 12-Nov-2020

Time: 15:45-17:15 

Target year group: Year 13

Information: Britain in the 60s: A Decade of Change

This lecture explores British society and culture in the 1960s, when the nation moved from an era of austerity and rationing to one of unprecedented affluence. This was a period of intellectual ferment when traditions and authorities were challenged, personal morality was re-evaluated, and new freedoms were claimed. Key topics to be covered include the impact of affluence and consumerism on class and gender relationships; the emergence of a national youth culture based around music and fashion; and the increasingly heated debates about immigration and race. 

Benefits of attending this event: Our online taster sessions help Year 13 students experience what it is like to study at the University of Sheffield.

How to book a place: To book your place you will need to complete a google form which can be found on the event page linked here

sheffield.ac.uk/undergraduate/visit/taster-days/history

In the event that there are more applications than there are available places, the Taster day team will assess all application forms and make decisions on the most suitable candidates based on predetermined scoring criteria.

Any steps required to confirm your attendance with the university running the event: To confirm your attendance at this event please email rosheffield@sheffield.ac.uk including the session you attended and the date it took place.