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DUNCAN TANNER MEMORIAL SYMPOSIUM

SYMPOSIWM GOFFA DUNCAN TANNER ‘The Art of the Possible: Politics and Governance in Modern British History, 1885-1997’

‘Celfyddyd y Posibl: Gwleidyddiaeth a Llywodraeth yn Hanes Modern Prydain, 1885-1997’

Bangor University

Prifysgol Bangor

Terrace Conference Rooms

Ystafelloedd Cyfarfod y Teras

9th-10th February 2012

9fed-10fed Chwefror 2012

Programme

Rhaglen

Thursday, February 9th 2012

Dydd Iau, Chwefror 9fed 2012

Coffee and Welcome (Dr Andrew Edwards, Bangor University; Professor Chris Williams, Swansea University)

1.30-2.00

Coffi a Chroeso (Dr Andrew Edwards, Prifysgol Bangor; Yr Athro Chris Williams, Prifysgol Abertawe)

Professor Peter Clarke (Cambridge University) The Making and Remaking of “Common Sense” about British economic policy.

2.00-3.30

Yr Athro Peter Clarke (Prifysgol Caergrawnt) The Making and Remaking of “Common Sense” about British economic policy. Yr Athro Pat Thane (Coleg King’s, Llundain) Voluntary Action and Governance in TwentiethCentury Britain: the complementarity of the “Big State” and the “Big Society”

Professor Pat Thane (King’s College, London) Voluntary Action and Governance in TwentiethCentury Britain: the complementarity of the “Big State” and the “Big Society”

Tea Break

3.30-4.00

Paned

Professor David Howell (University of York) Political change and the Labour Party in the East Midlands

4.00-6.00

Yr Athro David Howell (Prifysgol Efrog) Political change and the Labour Party in the East Midlands

Professor Chris Williams (Swansea University) Cartooning the rise of Labour Symposium Dinner 7.30 (for invited guests)

Yr Athro Chris Williams (Prifysgol Abertawe) Cartooning the rise of Labour Cinio’r Symposiwm 7.30 (i wahoddedigion)


DUNCAN TANNER MEMORIAL SYMPOSIUM

SYMPOSIWM GOFFA DUNCAN TANNER ‘The Art of the Possible: Politics and Governance in Modern British History, 1885-1997’

‘Celfyddyd y Posibl: Gwleidyddiaeth a Llywodraeth yn Hanes Modern Prydain, 1885-1997’

Bangor University

Prifysgol Bangor

Terrace Conference Rooms

Ystafelloedd Cyfarfod y Teras

9th-10th February 2012

9fed-10fed Chwefror 2012

Programme

Rhaglen

Friday, February 10 2012

Dydd Gwener, Chwefror 10fed 2012

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Professor Steve Fielding (University of Nottingham) ‘Sheep without a shepherd’: representing the interwar Labour party in fiction

9.00-10.30

Professor Andrew Thorpe (University of Exeter) Myth and Counter-Myth in Second World War British Politics

Yr Athro Steve Fielding (Prifysgol Nottingham) ‘Sheep without a shepherd’: representing the interwar Labour party in fiction Yr Athro Andrew Thorpe (Prifysgol Exeter) Myth and Counter-Myth in Second World War British Politics

Tea Break

10.30-11.00

Paned

Dr Jon Lawrence (Cambridge University) Public and private languages of ‘class’ and ‘affluence’: Luton workers and the by-election of 1963

11.00-1.00

Dr Jon Lawrence (Prifysgol Caergrawnt) Public and private languages of ‘class’ and ‘affluence’: Luton workers and the by-election of 1963

Dr John Davis (Queen’s College, Oxford) The New Left, ‘Community’ and Labour Politics in 1970s London

Dr John Davis (Coleg Queen’s, Rhydychen) The New Left, ‘Community’ and Labour Politics in 1970s London

Dr Andrew Edwards (Bangor University) Mourning the ‘‘Death of a Nation”? The impact of 1979 on Welsh politics

Dr Andrew Edwards (Prifysgol Bangor) Mourning the ‘‘Death of a Nation”? The impact of 1979 on Welsh politics

Buffet lunch

1.00

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Duncan Tanner Symposium