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Congratulations to NTU student Mahtab Hussain on his Inaugural Photobook Award http://lightwork.org/news/the-inaugural-light-work-photobook-award/  https://t.co/mOTbNsrrgZ Hussain.jpg
Call for Papers - 3rd annual Practice Research Symposium at GSA    The Guildford School of Acting is holding its third Practice Research Symposium on 23rd September 2017.   The theme of this year's symposium is 'Atmospheres'. We are particularly interested in broad disciplinary and interdisciplinary interpretations of this theme in relation to practice across different subject areas. We welcome proposals from postgraduate students, and researchers at all stages of their careers.…
This course explores how and why Renaissance and early modern collectors amassed their antiquities, scientific specimens, religious relics, and examples of virtuoso craftsmanship in the first era of globalisation from the sixteenth century to the Enlightenment. The course will examine the ways in which such objects were acquired, categorised, and recirculated by connoisseurs who used their encyclopedic collections to understand their rapidly changing world.…
Midlands3Cities student Miranda Jones will be sharing her insights on this topic at the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust where she has been acting as a Research Advocate.   "In 1991, the Royal Shakespeare Company commissioned a version of Homer’s The Odyssey from Sir Derek Walcott (1930-2017). At the time, the St Lucian poet and playwright’s Homeric epic Omeros had witnessed wide acclaim, eventually helping to earn him the Nobel Prize in Literature (awarded in 1992). Walcott agreed to the project,…
Shakespeare Birthplace Trust research advocate Miranda Jones https://vpp.midlands3cities.ac.uk/display/maj170bhamacuk/Welcome has been researching the RSC's production Walcott's The Odyssey and is presenting her findings on the 13 September.  Further information to follow.  
To mark its sixtieth anniversary in 2017 Nottingham Medieval Studies is launching an annual student Essay Competition: journal invites entries submitted according to the following rules: 1. The competition is open to all medievalists who are graduate students or have completed a higher degree within the last three years at any one of the six universities that form part of the AHRC-funded ‘Midlands3Cities’ Doctoral Training Partnership.…
This mailing list is for AHRC funded PhD students to help us share any opportunities, news and information that might be of interest. To share any opportunities, news or activities please email researcher.development@ahrc.ac.uk mailto:researcher.development@ahrc.ac.uk.   
The Digital Arts and Humanities Summer School is a forthcoming project designed to offer training in digital skills both for research and employability. It will be run in collaboration between the Midlands3Cities (M3C) and South, West and Wales (SWW) Doctoral Training Partnerships and we intend for it to be open to all Arts and Humanities postgraduates and undergraduates at universities within those two groups.…
Sampad is looking for 20 volunteers to co-curate the Partition Trail exhibition http://sampad.org.uk/sampad-is-looking-for-20-volunteers-to-co-curate-the-partition-trail-exhibition/ The volunteers will be put into small groups who will be responsible for specific sections of the exhibition, working alongside the curator to select the materials and art pieces which will contribute to the exhibition’s overall story.…
The Research Councils organise internships for current Research Council-funded PhD students to spend three months at partner host organisations on one or more policy topics relevant to both the student 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, Government Departments and Non-Governmental Bodies,…
Date: Thursday 6 July 2017 Time: 9 am – 5 pm Location: Lecture Theatre 5 , Newton building, Main Entrance, Nottingham Trent University, NG1 4BU Day one of the College of Art, Architecture, Design and Humanities (CAADH) Research Conference 2017: The conference will showcase and celebrate the research of the college's staff and PhD students, who will be presenting their research as presentations or as a poster.…
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.…
Talking Heads 2017 is an intensive one-day media training event which will be taking place on the 28th of July at Birmingham City University. "As PhD students we are aware that academics and researchers are often asked to appear on Radio and TV to discuss aspects of their research or comment on specific issues. We therefore want to give you a head start in developing your ability to talk about your research in a way that is suitable for the media industry.…
As part of the Journey to Justice exhibition M3C student Hannah-Rose Murray, (PhD student with the Department of American and Canadian Studies, University of Nottingham) is hosting an event at the Backlit Art Gallery on 7th July. This evening of performance will be celebrating the lives of Samuel Morley and Josiah Henson.   To find out more please visit: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/the-iron-in-my-soul-a-performance-tickets-35035552280 https://www.eventbrite.co.…
Talking Heads 2017 is an intensive one-day media training event which will be taking place on the 28th of July at Birmingham City University. "As PhD students we are aware that academics and researchers are often asked to appear on Radio and TV to discuss aspects of their research or comment on specific issues. We therefore want to give you a head start in developing your ability to talk about your research in a way that is suitable for the media industry.…

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