Upcoming Arts and Humanities Events September – October 2019

 

 

The following research events are taking place in the Faculty of Arts and Humanities this month. Please contact theartsinstitute@plymouth.ac.uk if you would like further information.

 

Arts Institute Public Programme 

  • Mon 23 Sep – Sat 16 Nov – Exhibition: Mariner: A Painted Ship Upon A Painted Ocean | The Levinsky Gallery 
  • Tue 1 Oct – Talk: Churchill’s Great Game: Rethinking the long-term origins of the cold war | RLB LT2 @ 1900
  • Sat 12 Oct – Music: Winterreise – Franz Schubert | Sherwell Centre @ 1900
  • Wed 16 Oct – Bite size: Professor Richard Thompson OBE: Marine Litter: Are There Solutions To This Global Environment Challenge | The Levinsky Gallery @ 1300

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Research Seminars

Wed 25 Sep

  • 2 pm – 3.30 pm, SCB 102,  Land/Water | Wayne Barrar ‘Deposited Ecologies and Archive Histories’
  • 4 pm, BGB 215, History | Richard Marshall (UoP) ‘Illiterate Plebeians, Easily Misled?’: Questioning and Defending Juror’s Competence during the 1792 Libel Bill Debates.

Thu 26 Sep

  • 1 pm – 3 pm, PSQ B323, Transtechnology | Research Update Sessio

Wed 2 Oct

  • 1 pm – 3 pm, RLB 304, Law, Criminology & Government | Karen Treasure, ‘Challenges of Change: Solar cookers, deforestation and poverty in Zambia’

Wed 16 Oct

  • 2 pm – 3.30 pm, SCB 102, Land/Water | Rosie Sherwood and Sian Rees
  • 1 pm – 3 pm, PSQ B323, Transtechnology |Jane Hutchinson: ‘Enchantment in the photographic studio: apparatus, images and imagination’
  • 1 pm – 6 pm, Rolle 202, Law, Criminology & GovernmentPatrick Holden & Shabnam Holliday: Populism Workshop
  • 3 pm – 5 pm, RLB 306, Performance. Experience. Presence (P.E.P) | Steven Paige: ‘Textuality: Performing the Script’ | Beth Richards – Title TBC | Roberta Mock: ‘Johsua Sofaer’s Grammar of the Body’

Wed 23 Oct

  • 1 pm – 2 pm, RLB 304, Law Criminology & Government | Nicholas Gervassis: ‘Waiting for the Barbarians: Technology doomsayers and the development of GDPR’
  • 4 pm – 6 pm, BGB 409, English and Creative Writing | Professor Tim Youngs (Nottingham Trent University): ‘African Travel Writing’ (part of Black History month)

Wed 30 Oct

  • 1 pm – 2 pm, RLB 304, Law, Criminology & Government | Sheena Asthana & Rod Sheaff: ‘What does Privatisation mean in the NHS?’
  • 4 pm, TBC, History | Dr Rebecca Emmett: ‘Sixteenth Century Publishing’

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