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The Journey to Justice Nottingham Closing Event.  It will take place on the evening of 6th July at the Albert Hall in Nottingham. Doors will open from 6:00pm for a 6:30pm start and the night will end at around 10:00pm. Please register by 26th June using the link below and remember to enter any dietary requirements that you and your party may have.  https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/journey-to-justice-nottingham-closing-event-tickets-35344794231 https://www.eventbrite.co.…
7 July 2017, Birmingham City University 'Beyond Borders Conference' which is suitable for any PhD students specialising in the Arts, Design, Media or Humanities.  Please find link for registration below: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/beyond-borders-approaches-and-pathways-in-arts-design-and-media-research-tickets-35136372837?aff=ehomecard https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/beyond-borders-approaches-and-pathways-in-arts-design-and-media-research-tickets-35136372837?aff=ehomecard
Festival Banner.pngThe second M3C DTP Research Festival was held on 25th May at Stamford Court, University of Leicester. The event was a great success and a wonderful opportunity to showcase some of the high quality research projects being undertaken in the region and demonstrates some of the many ways in which this research is engaging organisations, different communities, multiple audiences and other researchers, locally, nationally and internationally.…
The 2017 RCUK Policy Internship Scheme is now open for applications. AHRC DTP students are encouraged to apply.  This is an opportunity to spend three months at a partner host organisation on one or more policy topics relevant to both you and the host. You will have the opportunity to produce at least one briefing paper, participate in a policy inquiry and/or organise a policy event, or equivalent piece of work. Internships are awarded to a number of Parliamentary,…
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Following on from the brutally short solo presentation of as_the_tex(t): body at the Research Festival last month, I'll be performing in full - and for longer - at The LUME Festival on Saturday! I have written a short preview on my site:  http://www.coreymwamba.co.uk/rambles/1497933264 http://www.coreymwamba.co.uk/rambles/1497933264 and you can buy tickets for the LUME Festival here:  https://luminouslabel.bandcamp.com/merch https://luminouslabel.bandcamp.…
Continue 2017   A conference and network for videogame and cultural sector professionals.   The National Videogame Foundation is proud to announce the second Continue conference. Continue is the place where videogames and the cultural sector come together.   Continue explores and charts the role and value of videogames in contemporary arts and culture, driving their evolution and sharing strategies which promote their cultural development, impact and value.…
The Conference will critically examine the progress that must be made to ensure that all people, no matter who they are, are 'free and equal' and will include keynote addresses from the following experts: •        Professor Michael O'Flaherty, Director, EU Agency for Fundamental Rights •        Mr Arvind Narrain, Geneva Director, ARC International •        Professor Javaid Rehman, Professor of Law, Brunel University •        Ms Joanna Whiteman, Co-Director,…
Nominations for SAF elections are now open. Check your emails for details from your SAF representative.   

 

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