The following research events are taking place in the Faculty of Arts and Humanities this month. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like further information. Arts Institute Public Programme Fri 29 Nov – Sat 11 Jan – Exhibition: Future History,The Levinsky Gallery Sat 7 Dec – Music – University of Plymouth Choral Society and Sinfonia… Continue reading Upcoming Arts and Humanities Events September – December 2019
The following research events are taking place in the Faculty of Arts and Humanities this month. Please contact email@example.com 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 –… Continue reading Upcoming Arts and Humanities Events September – October 2019
Mary Jacobs Memorial Lecture: Mrs Moreau’s Warbler – How Birds Got Their Names Naturalist, broadcaster and author Stephen Moss combines detective work, natural history, folklore and first-hand observations to explore how birds got their names and our long and eventful relationship with the natural world. Stephen will give the fifth annual lecture in memory of… Continue reading Mary Jacobs Memorial Lecture: Mrs Moreau’s Warbler – How Birds got Their Names
On The Arts Institute Digital Memory Symposium: Monday, 16th January 2017 By Hannah Drayson and James Sweeting The University of Plymouth’s Art Institute’s first one-day research symposium brought together researchers from across the Faculty of Arts & Humanities to respond to the theme of Digital Memory. It aimed to explore how the ‘turn to the material’ across… Continue reading From digital to post-digital memory
in Roland Levinsky Building rooms RLB 206 and 207, 10am-3pm This one-day symposium hosted by the Arts Institute seeks to bring together researchers from across the faculty and beyond who have cognate interests in what might broadly be described as ‘digital memory’, in order to stimulate potential collaborations with an eye to funding opportunities. Digital… Continue reading CfP: Digital Memory Symposium at Plymouth University (16 January 2017)
22nd November at 11am in Babbage Building, BGB 415 Social Media Manger, Russ Taylor, will be holding a workshop for Arts and Humanities post graduate students and staff on how to promote your research on social media. This session will include an overview of the main social media accounts (including Facebook, Twitter and Instagram), the tools… Continue reading 22 November 2016: Workshop on Using Social Media to Promote Your Research
‘Slow Thinking Lab for Connecting People’ a presentation by Prof Jaana Erkkilä-Hill (University of Lapland) 10am on 23rd November 2016 in Rolle 207, Plymouth University The idea of the Slow Thinking Lab emerged from the frustration that is felt all over the academic world: “produce more in a shorter period of time”. The same phenomena… Continue reading 23 November 2016: How to Develop a Slow Thinking Lab for Connecting People
19 May 2016, starting at 10 am Roland Levinsky Building, room 209, at Plymouth University In this session, Professor Naren Barfield will discuss how we might recognise and understand what constitutes an ‘internationally-excellent’ or ‘world-leading’ research output in the fields of art and design. More generally, for those who might not be located within this… Continue reading 19 May 2016: What does a 3* or 4* research output look like in the arts & design?