About Anna Liddle
Anna is a Graduate Teaching Assistant and 2nd year PhD student. She teaches on Childhood Studies and Education Studies and is studying how war and peace are taught in schools.
Coming from a background in the voluntary sector which involved developing a successful peace education project, Anna has continued her interest in the subject into academia and is currently undertaking her doctoral research on how schools teach about war and peace during the World War One centenary period.
Anna has also taught on modules in Childhood Studies and Education Studies, covering topics relating to language and communication, educational philosophies and learning theories.
Anna's doctoral study is a case study in a West Yorkshire school, examining how peace and war are taught, with a focus on World War One and contemporary conflicts. Remembrance in the school is also being investigated.
The research has relevance to classroom teachers, curriculum developers and those with an interest in remembrance.