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This half-day workshop is delivered in collaboration with the Brilliant Club, the ESRC DTC and the BBSRC DTP. The session is primarily aimed at students from these DTC and DTPs. However you do not have to have had any previous involvement with the Brilliant Club to attend.…
We're pleased to announce that our funding applications to M4C and WRoCAH for the network have been successful, so it's full steam ahead! On this note, New Voices will host the following events throughout the year:   24th October 2018, University of Sheffield, 13:00-16:00 - this is an opportunity for the students at Nottingham Trent University, University of Nottingham, University of Birmingham, Birmingham City University,…
The University of Leicester’s Medieval Research Centre is pleased to announce this Autumn Term’s schedule of Tuesday Research Seminars. These Research Seminars are fora for discussing new research, research ideas and current debates in the field of medieval studies, whether historical, art historical, architectural, archaeological, literary or numismatic, from AD 500-1550.…
In 2019 this course will run for the 6th year. Past course attendees have included curators and researchers from Hong Kong, Bahrain, India, USA, Canada, Austria, The Netherlands, Greece, Ireland, France and the UK. This intensive week-long course in London is aimed at curators, exhibition organisers, educators and others working with contemporary art. The course will critically examine how contemporary curating can best match contemporary art practices,…
Date: Friday June 28 to Sunday June 30, 2019. Location: Huntingdon Room, King’s Manor, Exhibition Square, York YO1 7EP. Sponsors: Centre of Medieval Studies of the University of York, Humanities Research Centre of the University of York. One of the ways belonging is conceptualised within sociological literature is that it is a socially constructed category which revolves around an individual’s inclusion and exclusion from formal and informal groups.…
Volume 5 Issue 1 JAWS is the only academic arts journal run by and dedicated to MA and Ph.D. students (and those who have recently graduated). We have published work by students from India, China, Australia, North America, Canada and the UK, and maintain an international peer-review network What We Want: Theoretical and discursive essays up to 6000 words.Critical reviews of events, exhibitions or performances up to 3000 words. Submissions of practice accompanied by text.…
London Is The Place For Me A weekend festival of Caribbean literature and liming. At this biennial two-dayer, writers, artists and raconteurs from the Caribbean and its diaspora, and guest speakers, probe the narratives of Caribbean artistic expression and identity in a convivial and wide-ranging festival.   In a year that marks two 70th anniversaries, the docking of the Empire Windrush and the formation of the NHS,…
Uncomfortable Histories invites scholars to consider an alternate way in which to approach their research topic in the form of art, poetry, film, photography and creative writing, in coordination with their own studies. To find out more please visit: CDF Event In Progress- Uncomfortable Histories: Artistic Responses  
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New Research in Pictures initiative launched to showcase arts and humanities research. Research in Pictures is an opportunity for AHRC-supported researchers and AHRC-supported Doctoral students to have their research documented by a professional photographer. The project aims to capture and promote the striking and engaging visual elements of arts and humanities research as well as the breadth and a diversity of the AHRC’s research portfolio.…
Nottingham International Law and Security Centre Interdisciplinary Conference 70th Anniversary of the Genocide Convention 9 November 2018: School of Law, University of Nottingham Call for papers The Nottingham International Law and Security Centre welcomes submissions for its 2018 conference on the 70th Anniversary of the Genocide Convention, which will take place at the School of Law, University of Nottingham on 9 November 2018.…
Summary The research councils organise the Policy Internships Scheme for current research council-funded PhD students to work at host partner organisations on one or more policy topics relevant to both the student and the host. The student will be expected 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 available with a number of parliamentary departments,…
DCDC18 registration now open Registration is now open for #DCDC18. View the programme and register for your place http://dcdcconference.com/.   Discovering Collections, Discovering Communities (DCDC) 2018 takes place Monday 19 to Wednesday 21 November 2018 at Birmingham Conference and Events Centre. The theme of this year’s conference is Memory and Transformation, with panels ranging from problematic anniversaries and material narratives to digital memories and public reminiscence.…
The research councils organise internships for current research council-funded PhD students to work in highly impactful host organisations on one or more policy topics relevant to both the student and the host. The student will be expected to produce at least one briefing paper, participate in a policy inquiry and/or organise a policy event, or equivalent piece of work.…
The 'Citizens of Everywhere' Postgraduate Research Symposium, funded by the NWCDTP, which will take place on Friday 2nd November at the University of Liverpool. Could you please forward it on to all your PGR students? All information can also be found on the Centre for New and International Writing's website: https://www.liverpool.ac.uk/new-and-international-writing/citizens-of-everywhere/postgraduate-symposium/ https://www.liverpool.ac.…

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