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https://vpp.midlands3cities.ac.uk/download/attachments/22318356/CFP.png?version=1&modificationDate=1548408379000&api=v2 The Research Festival is the time in the year when the whole M3C community comes together in one space to share, network, present and perform. Each year we are blown away by your contributions and we hope that this year’s event will be another success!…
The University of the West Indies / University of Leicester International Summer School is aimed at postgraduate students and early career researchers from the Caribbean and the UK with an interest in global studies and a background in any discipline across the arts, humanities and social sciences. The programme has been designed through collaboration between academic staff at both institutions. This year’s theme is ‘global health and environments’,…
This is an exciting opportunity to work alongside the Crafts Council Exhibitions and Collections team to develop and advise on a new archive policy and associated archive-collections management toolkit for the Crafts Council UK. The Crafts Council is the national development agency for Craft in the UK. Established in 1971, we host national collections of craft. As we approach our 50th anniversary,…
In 2017/18 our audience reach was 10m. Audiences engage with us through a range of programmes; from our national network of Craft Clubs to attending Collect: the international art fair for modern craft and design. These activities take place in a range of locations across the UK, from partner museums and galleries to front rooms and kitchens. To ensure we continue to build audiences from all backgrounds and levels of engagement with craft, we are developing how we collect,…
Come have a coffee and chat with Leslie Bode, the new (since August) M4C Placement Manager about any placement ideas you have, or questions about the process of setting one up.   She will be in your city on the following dates and times (come to any session that suits you):   NOTTINGHAM Wednesday, 13 February 9:30 am University of Nottingham:  Highfield House: Room A09 LEICESTER Wednesday,…
  image2019-2-7 10:25:15.png Identifying Value(s) in Literature, Culture, and Society 20 ─ 21 June 2019    We are delighted to announce that this year's AEL postgraduate conference Common Ground 2019: Identifying Value(s) in Literature, Culture, and Society will take place at Queen's University Belfast on 20 - 21 June 2019. We invite abstracts from postgraduates and early career researchers from all disciplines within the humanities. Please find attached our call for papers with more details.…
On the 9th May 2019 the University of Leicester is hosting its annual postgraduate conference for History, Politics and International Relations. The aim of the conference is to provide graduate students (masters and post-graduate research students) the opportunity to share their research in the broad context of the theme of ‘Identity, Complexity and Transitions’.  Lunch and tea/ coffee will be provided, as well as a wine reception.…
Call for creative showcase contributions Borders and Crossings 2019 An interdisciplinary conference on travel and travel writing 4–6 July 2019, University of Leicester, UK Deadline for proposals: 25 March, 2019 Notification of acceptance: 1 April, 2019 Borders and Crossings 2019 invites creative practitioners from across the M4C DTP to showcase creative work that addresses, intersects with – or simply travels past – the conference themes.…
Our annual symposium will be back on the 10th and 11th of May 2019 with this year’s theme being ‘Powerful Places’. We welcome papers from all whose interests and/or research fall within the Medieval and Early Modern periods and especially welcome papers from postgraduates (whether PGT or PGR) and ECRs. If you are interested in presenting at the conference please submit a 300 word abstract to emremforum@googlemail.com http://googlemail.com by 24th February 2019.…
UoNRomanticism is a reading group which aims to bring together PGRs, ECRs and academics to discuss writers, texts, and ideas from Romantic-era Britain. We meet approximately once a month at the University of Nottingham or at a specified venue. In 2018, we had sessions covering Austen, Wordsworth, Blake, anonymous authorship, and hosted a half-day symposium in collaboration with the worldwide event, ‘Frankenreads’, run by the Keats-Shelley Association of America. This featured PGRs,…
Borders and Crossings is an interdisciplinary conference on travel and travel writing, which will take place at the University of Leicester, 4–6 July 2019. Narratives of journeys, border crossings, and encounters with difference have existed since the earliest emergence of literary culture – from the Gilgamesh epic, through the accounts of Chinese Buddhist pilgrims in the first millennium CE, the narratives of medieval Muslim travellers in Asia,…
This feedback event explores the outputs of research into the impact of intergenerational arts programming on the experiences of exclusion and isolation within minority communities in Nottingham. We are delighted that two M3C students, Emma Margetson and Shantel Edward, have been involved in this Arts Council England funded project though M3C placement opportunities. Join us for a special event, where we explore the findings and outputs of a city-wide research project, The Bigger Picture.…
CFP.png The Research Festival is the time in the year when the whole M3C community comes together in one space to share, network, present and perform. Each year we are blown away by your contributions and we hope that this year’s event will be another success! This event is the perfect opportunity to showcase your research or an element of your doctoral training experience in the welcoming and supportive environment of the DTP.…
Reflections on Holocaust Memory: An Interdisciplinary Postgraduate Conference 18 March 2019 Humanities Research Institute, University of Sheffield, Upper Hanover St, Sheffield, S3 7QY The British Association for Holocaust studies warmly invites paper proposals for its annual postgraduate conference. This year, the conference is titled “Reflections on Holocaust memory”; we hope that this theme will be sufficiently broad to encourage postgraduate scholars working in a range of disciplines,…
Nottingham UNESCO City of Literature is looking to host an Employability Placement. They are looking for someone who will research and present the Membership Monitoring Report on Nottingham’s UNESCO designation.  One of the main objectives of the UNESCO Creative Cities Network (UCCN) is to function as a laboratory of ideas and innovative experiences intended to capitalize on the full potential of culture and creativity for sustainable urban development. To this end,…

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