Arts & Humanities research events this week at Plymouth University

The following research events are taking place in the Faculty of Arts and Humanities this week. Please contact if you would like further information.

  • Workshop for Arts & Humanities postgraduate researchers on using social media to promote your research (with Russ Taylor). 11am on 22nd November 2016 in Babbage Building, BGB 415
  • ICCMR (Interdisciplinary Centre for Computer Music Research) Seminar: Pierre-Emmanuel Largeron on ‘Musical Performance with Audience Participation’. 12.30pm on 22nd November 2016 in Babbage (BGB) 002
  • History with Peninsula Arts lecture: Professor Steven Gunn (Merton College, University of Oxford) on ‘Everyday Life and Accidental Death in the Tudor South-West’. 7pm on 22nd November in Roland Levinsky Building (RLB) Lecture Theatre 2. 
  • ‘How to Develop a Slow Thinking Lab for Connecting People’, a presentation by Prof Jaana Erkkilä-Hill (University of Lapland). 10am on 23rd November in Rolle 207.
  • Music Seminar: Nuria Bonet Filella on ‘What do I have in common with Alberti and Messiaen?: Representing our environment through music’. 2pm on 23rd November in Rolle 015
  • Art History Seminar: Professor Malcolm Miles on ‘Art and Politics in Dark Times: Herbert Marcuse and the promesse du bonheur’. 4pm on 23rd November in RLB 304
  • Land/Water and the Visual Arts Seminar. 3pm on 23rd November in Scott 102
  • Culture, Theory, Space Seminar: Charles Landry. 1pm on 23rd November in RLB 206-207
  • ICCMR Seminar: Prof Andrew Brown (Griffin University, Australia) on ‘Human-Machine Agency in Interactive Music Systems’. 12.30-1.30pm on 24th November in Babbage BGB 416.
  • Message Seminar: Peter Jones4pm on 24th November
  • Project finance drop in session – find out about recruiting staff, completing timesheets, your project set up and other support available (Emma Montgomery and Finance Business Assistants). 2pm on 24th November in Marine Building 202

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