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The submission date for Advanced Higher Dissertations, Higher Extended Essays and Intermediate 2 Extended Responses is Tuesday 23 April 2013.
The title of the Field of Study has been altered to reflect the period assessed and now becomes "The Spanish Civil War: Causes, Conflict and Consequences 1923-1945." The summary descriptor now includes reference to the period 1923-1931, highlighting the potential for an exam question based on this period which does not necessarily refer to the fall of the monarchy in 1931. The title now also allows for evidence of the consequences of Franco's victory to be fully credited. The timescale is solely extended for this purpose and any question relating to the period 1939-1945 would still be focused on the consequences of Franco's victory. The Fall of the Monarchy now becomes an italicised area, as does the extent of comparative rifts within The New Republic. The Bienio Negro is no longer italicised although under this section, the Revolt in Asturias remains italicised.
People of Medieval Scotland 1093-1314
The ‘People of Medieval Scotland’ is an online database of the 21,000+ people mentioned in the 8500+ documents from Scotland that survive between 1093 and 1314. The database has been designed for beginners as well as experts.
The launch event will be held at Kelvin Gallery, University of Glasgow on Wednesday 5 September 2012 from 6:30-8pm.
For more information download the: Launch invitation (203 KB)
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