Tagged: media

Call for papers: What Do I Need To Do To Make It OK? A symposium on damage and repair

The Crafts Study Centre in collaboration with the International Textile Research Centre is presenting an exhibition, curated by Liz Cooper, from 5 January to 5 March 2016. The exhibition includes specially commissioned work using stitch and other media to explore damage and …

New media, art and design research centre launched at Glyndŵr University

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A study into the impact viewing paintings can have on people living with dementia and a technique which involves using a car battery to make prints were highlighted at the launch of Glyndŵr’s new research centre. These are just two …

NUA Research Seminar 1 (2014-15): ‘Promoting – and subverting – the “heroic”, 1914-1919’ with Dr Alisa Miller

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Norwich University of the Arts have announced their second Research Seminar for 2014/15, which will take place on Thursday, 23rd October 2014 from 17.00-18.15 in St George’s 21: Promoting – and subverting – the “heroic”, 1914-1919 Dr Alisa Miller, Research Fellow, Norwich University of the Arts Click here to access the full NUA …

Norwich University of the Arts 2014-15 Research Seminars

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Norwich University of the Arts would like to alert colleagues to this year’s series of Research Seminars for research students and staff that will be taking place throughout 2014-15. The full programme is available below (with a few dates ‘To Be Confirmed’ shortly). …

Worcester academic contributes to landmark BBC Radio Series on World War One

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A University of Worcester lecturer has played a major part in a landmark BBC radio series marking the centenary of the outbreak of World War One. Professor Maggie Andrews acted as historical advisor for BBC Radio 4’s ‘Home Front’, which will …

PhD Studentships at Leeds Trinity University

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Leeds Trinity University is pleased to invite applications from excellent graduates for 10 full-time funded PhD Studentships in the areas of Victorian Studies History Theology and Religious Studies Creative Writing Film and Media Studies Social Policy Education Sport Science/Ergonomics Forensic …

Royal Agricultural University to lead evaluation of broadband in rural areas

The Royal Agricultural University is leading a two year evaluation of the impact of broadband across rural Gloucestershire and Herefordshire. The deployment of Next Generation Access (NGA) broadband across the two counties is currently being rolled out by the ‘Fastershire’ …

Science Communication Conference 2014

The 2014 Science Communication Conference will take place on Thursday 1 & Friday 2 May at the University of Surrey. This two day event is the only cross-sector conference, bringing together people from across the science communication field. Over 400 …

British Library Doctoral Open Day: Media, Cultural Studies and Journalism

The British Library is a crucial source of news and media content across all formats. The vast newspaper collections cover national and local press of all kinds. The library is also archiving websites about significant events, to ensure that these …

Newman lecturer provides historical consultancy for Peaky Blinders

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Dr Chris Upton, senior lecturer in history at Newman University, was appointed as historical consultant for Peaky Blinders – a flagship six-part period drama set in Birmingham at the start of the 1920s. A local history expert, Dr Upton has …

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