Arts and 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.

  • 16th May 2017, 7pm in Roland Levinsky Building Lecture Theatre 2 – Prof Lucy Bland on “Britain’s ‘Brown Babies’: The Children of Black GIs and White Women Born in World War II”, the Mary Jacobs Memorial Lecture.
  • 17th May, 1pm in CogNovo seminar room (Link Building) – Illusion, a Transtechnology research seminar
  • 17 May, 2pm in Babbage room 404 – Briony Frost on “‘To th’Monument’: Anti-Monuments and Countermonuments in Antony and Cleopatra” and Josh Schouten de Jel who will presenting his PhD work-in-progress on Blake, an English research seminar
  • 17th May, 4pm, in Scott Building room 109 – Martin Brooks, an Artistic Research Cluster seminar
  • 17th May, 4pm in Roland Levinsky Building room 303 – Professor Gemma Blackshaw on “Modernisms and Medicines”, an Art History research seminar
  • 17th May, 4.30pm in Roland Levinsky Building room 306 – Mo Cohen on “Solo autobiographical theatre: a practice of re-authoring”, a Performance. Experience. Presence. research seminar

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