Two historians speak on Partition and its aftermath

Prof. William Gould and Prof. Sarah Ansari On 17 August, William Gould (Leeds) and Sarah Ansari (Royal Holloway) – two founder-members and former co-chairs of the Partition Education Group - will together give a lecture exploring the historical context in which the people of South Asia secured their independence from British rule in 1947.  While nationalist … Continue reading Two historians speak on Partition and its aftermath

Partition education: a vital pillar of our History curriculum

Jonathan Kennedy, Head of Humanities, Belle Vue Girls' Academy Partition education is a vital pillar of the History curriculum at Belle Vue Girls’ Academy (BVGA). Whilst Partition education adds a very specific dimension to the development of wider historical knowledge beyond the British Isles, it also facilitates reflection on universal themes of prejudice and social … Continue reading Partition education: a vital pillar of our History curriculum