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  image2019-4-5 12:5:50.png An Exhibition Exploring Themes of Uncomfortable History // Difficult Heritage BACKLIT Gallery Nottingam 4th – 26th May 2019 Private View – 3rd May 6pm BACKLIT Gallery Alfred House, Ashley Street, Nottingham, NG3 1JG Exhibition Opening Times (unless otherwise specified) Friday, Saturday & Sunday 12–5pm Tel: 0115 837 2426 uncomfortablehistory.wordpress.com http://uncomfortablehistory.wordpress.com Email: uncomfortablehistories@gmail.…
The AHRC have just announced the second year of a successful scheme that will be of particular interest to M3C students conducting research into television or media more broadly, providing a unique opportunity to attend the Edinburgh Television Festival (ETF) and participate in a specifically curated programme of events at one of the television industry’s most important events (http://www.thetvfestival.com/ http://www.thetvfestival.com/).…
 University of York, 28th – 29th June 2019. Venue: Huntingdon Room, The King’s Manor, Exhibition Square, York, YO1 7EP  Belonging in Late Medieval Cities aims to explore how ideas of belonging might be utilized in the study of late medieval cities.  The papers have been carefully chosen so that the conference showcases research regarding an array of geographical areas,…
Stories of the Past and the Power of Memory’ A One-Day Research Symposium University of Southampton 11th July 2019 The Memory Studies Research Cluster is delighted to announce this year’s one-day research symposium Stories of the Past and the Power of Memory will take place at the University of Southampton on 11th July 2019. This will be an opportunity for all members of the DTP working on memory, and related subjects,…
Possibilities and Transformations in Arts, Design and Media PGR Studio Conference Friday 5th July 2019 The Parkside Building, Birmingham City University Alchemies of Research is a one-day conference that invites you to consider your research as a site of transformation(s) and to bring to the fore the various alchemies at play. It seeks to facilitate an interdisciplinary, supportive and innovative space of exchange leading to unexpected alchemical outcomes themselves.…
We at White Rose College are organising Art as Commodities / Commodities as Art, an interdisciplinary conference to take place on 14 June 2019 at the University of York (see attached for flyers). Please note, the deadline is 29 March. Papers are welcome across artistic media and geographic regions. In particular, we wish to cover the following topics: The art and antiques market Collecting,…
‘Stories of the Past and the Power of Memory’   A One-Day Research Symposium University of Southampton 11th July 2019    The Memory Studies Research Cluster is delighted to announce this year’s one-day research symposium Stories of the Past and the Power of Memory will take place at the University of Southampton on 11th July 2019.  This will be an opportunity for all members of the DTP working on memory, and related subjects,…
PILAS 2019 Annual Conference: “Communities of Knowledge, Communities of Action”  4-5th June 2019 University of York Funded by the Society for Latin American Studies and the Institute of Latin American Studies at the University of London Call for papers Deadline: April 16, 2019 Keynote speakers: Professor Ben Bollig (University of Oxford) Dr. Maria-Eugenia Giraudo (University of York) Dr. Benjamin Smith (University of Warwick) Dr. Katy Jenkins (Northumbria University)  “Communities of Knowledge,…
Calling PhD students working working in or around the Arts: 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.…
We will be undertaking some essential maintenance on the VPP on 26 March 2019 with the system offline for a short period this afternoon. Thank you for your patience.  
We at White Rose College are organising Art as Commodities / Commodities as Art, an interdisciplinary conference to take place on 14 June 2019 at the University of York (see attached for flyers). Please note, the deadline is 29 March. Papers are welcome across artistic media and geographic regions. In particular, we wish to cover the following topics: ·         The art and antiques market ·         Collecting,…
4 July 2019   We warmly invite postgraduate researchers and ECRs to submit proposals for this symposium, to be held at the University of Birmingham and sponsored jointly by Midlands4Cities/University of Nottingham and the Centre for Reformation and Early Modern Studies at the University of Birmingham.  In recent years, scholars have identified the concept of sociability as a fruitful avenue of research. Indeed, the practices of sociability were central to the functioning of early modern society,…
This one-day workshop will bring researchers in the arts, humanities and health sciences together to reflect on the ways in which different forms of digital, visual and textual representation can support health. Animation and data visualisation will be examined alongside written texts such as newspaper articles and recovery narratives. Both contemporary and historical contexts will be considered. Professor Susan Hogan (University of Derby) will give the keynote lecture.…
Reminder: NTU’s Heritage Science dissemination day and workshop will take place from 27th to 29th March. If you are interested in pitching your thesis as part of the dissemination day then please contact Prof. Haida Liang mailto:haida.liang@ntu.ac.uk as soon as possible. On behalf of the European Research Infrastructure for Heritage Science (E-RIHS), NTU will be hosting a dissemination day at its City campus Nottingham on 27th March 2019. Details, including a booking link,…
We are pleased to be able to offer the opportunity to 32 M3C students the chance to gain a PRINCE2 Foundation qualification in project management. PRINCE2 is extremely sought after as a world-wide project management methodology and holds significant potential add-on value to PhD students. Our PhDs are the largest projects many of us will ever manage but there is little capacity to formally capitalise on this to maximise our attractiveness to employers.…

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