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image2019-7-24 9:52:28.png The Association for Art History (AAH) New Voices conference CFP is now live and we are currently accepting papers on the interdisciplinary theme of art and text. The deadline for papers is Friday 23rd August and the date of the conference is Wednesday 6th November - held at the University of Nottingham.  For more information please visit: https://forarthistory.org.uk/latest-news/new-voices-2019/ https://forarthistory.org.uk/latest-news/new-voices-2019/  
The ESRC and the Government Office for Science wish to appoint two Areas of Research Interest (ARI) Fellowships, for one year (with the potential to extend to two years), starting as soon as feasible from mid October 2019. ARI Research Engagement Fellow This role will have core responsibility for identifying and convening research expertise appropriate to address selected ARIs. The fellow will work to enable dialogue with government departments to refine and develop the ARIs.…
Are you going to be out of town visiting an archive, digging, doing a placement, attending a conference, involved in a performance or exhibit, language training, workshops, summer schools, retreats etc.?   Send us a postcard! A real postcard- the old-fashioned, stick a stamp on it and put it in the post box type! Our Snail Mail address is: M4C DTP, Highfield House, University Park,…
New Placement Opportunity: Playbills from Nottingham’s Theatres Nottingham Local Studies Library has numerous long playbills from Nottingham’s theatres, spanning back to the late 1800’s. To preserve these incredible posters and the significant information they hold, the large collection needs to be indexed and, if possible, digitised and showcased.  Key tasks… Carefully collate key information from each playbill on to an excel spreadsheet Explore the feasibility of digitising the playbills,…
As part of Child Rights Week/Child Right Fortnight, run in conjunction with nurseries and primary schools in Birmingham, funding has been received from Midlands 4 Cities DTP to hold a conference in association with the Children and Childhood Network (CCN) at the University of Birmingham. This year, Child Rights Week/Child Right Fortnight with nursery and primary schools focussed on the right to play, as set out in Article 31 of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC).…
Fellowship Opportunities at the Yale Center for British Art The Paul Mellon Centre invites you to mingle with your colleagues and enjoy a glass of wine while learning about fellowship opportunities for doctoral students and early-career scholars at the Yale Center for British Art. The Center (located in New Haven, Connecticut,…
Shout out for interest - craft/making/amateur creativity research? My name is Clare Daněk and I’m an AHRC-funded doctoral student based at the University of Leeds, where I’m busy doing some very hands-on research into how people learn amateur craft skills.  My DTP (WRoCAH, comprising the Universities of York, Leeds and Sheffield) is full of interesting people,…
The British Library, London The AHRC Doctoral Training Partnership working group will host a BAME Doctoral Researchers Event on 8th July at the British Library to showcase and celebrate the work being done by our BAME researchers. This event follows on from the first BAME Doctoral Researchers Consultation Event hosted by North West Consortium DTP at the University of Manchester in December 2018. Confirmed Speakers for the Opening Panel are Dr. Nicole King, Lecturer at Goldsmiths & Dr.…
Job Title: Masterclass Intern June 2019 Accountable to: Clothworkers’ Associate in Mathematics Location: Albemarle St, London with some travel to Masterclass locations within London and the South East Contract type: 12 week internship – Full time – 35 hours per week with weekend working. End September to December 2019 Salary: Payable by Stipend by Research Council or DTP – funding should be agreed before application.…
Austerity Gardens: The Poetics and Politics of Gardening in Hard Times Trent B46, 4pm, Wednesday 19thJune Dr Naomi Milthorpe, University of Tasmania What does it mean to garden in hard times, and why might humans turn to the garden (as shelter, refuge, or productive space) under straitened conditions? How do poets, writers and cultural critics contend with and represent the garden or their own gardening as they are changed by austerity? What does an austere garden look, feel, sound, taste,…
The SPLAS FORUM 2019 is taking place at the University of Nottingham on the 21st 22nd June! To see the programme and register please visit:: https://splasforum2019.wordpress.com/programme/ https://splasforum2019.wordpress.com/programme/  
Dear all,  We are pleased to announce that registration is now open for the SWW DTP Memory Studies Cluster symposium, 'Stories of the Past', which will take place in Southampton on 11th July. You can book your FREE tickets and find out more information about the day here: https://memorystudiessw.wordpress.com/symposium2019/ https://memorystudiessw.wordpress.com/symposium2019/.  The provision programme can be viewed at the website above. There will be a fascinating mix of topics,…
Places are still available! Would you like to learn Latin or Ancient Greek? In June 2019 we will offer the following 2-week intensive courses for beginners in: ANCIENT GREEK for reading and research purposes (for beginners) - Enrol Now! https://www2.le.ac.uk/departments/modern-languages/lal/LANGUAGEScourses/summer-school/intensive_summer_ancientgreek_beginners LATIN for reading and research purposes (for beginners) - Enrol Now! https://www2.le.ac.…
The Birmingham Trojan Horse affair was an alleged plot to Islamicise schools. John Holmwood has written a research-based book on the topic and collaborated with LUNG theatre in the creation of a play shown to great acclaim at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.  It will be on tour in major theatres in the Midlands, North England and London during October and November.  We are looking for an engagement manager to help in the organisation of local community events and after show Q&A.…
There is still time to register for the Cracking the Established Order Conference next month! Cracking the Established Order (CtEO) is a two day interdisciplinary conference that invites researchers and artists to continue to explore the ongoing accelerating influence of practice-based research, as it continues to shape new ways of thinking about research and creative methodologies.…

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