The following research events are taking place in the Faculty of Arts and Humanities this week. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like further information.
- 14th March, 2-4pm in Rolle Building room 204 – Impact Case Study workshop with Dr Rebecca Sullivan (CEO of the HIstorical Association and REF 2014 panellist), hosted by the Arts Institute. For Plymouth University staff only.
- 14th March at 7pm in Roland Levinsky Building (RLB) LT2 – Christopher Durston Memorial Lecture by Professor Edward Vallance (University of Roehampton): ‘Cromwell’s Trunks: Loyalty, Memory and Public Opinion in Early Modern England’, a History with Peninsula Arts lecture. All welcome
- 15th March at 1pm in CogNovo Seminar room, Link Building floor 3 – Becalelis Brodskis on “Narrative: When Time Stood Still”, a Transtechnology seminar
- 15th March at 2pm – ‘Invisible Architectures….’ An i-DAT workshop
- 15th March at 3pm in Scott Building 102 – Presentations by Claudia Pilsl and Fedra Dekeyser, a Land/Water & the Visual Arts PhD seminar
- 15th March at 3pm in Rolle 305 – Dr Bonnie Latimer on “Science, magic, theatre: Thomas Shadwell’s The Virtuoso”, an English research seminar
- 15th March at 4pm – Dr Rosalind Carr (University of East London): ‘A landscape of feeling? Politeness, violence and masculinity in early New South Wales, 1788-c.1815’, a History seminar
- 15th March at 4.30pm in RLB 703 – Dr Andrew Prior and David Strang, an Artistic Research Cluster (ARC) seminar
- 15th March at 4.30pm in RLB 303 – Dr Alex Cahill on “The Christian King and his English Mercuries: The Juxtaposition of Catholicism and Roman Mythology in Shakespeare’s King Henry V”, a Performance.Experience.Presence (PEPTalk) seminar