Arts and Humanities Research events this January

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

  • 3rd January 2018, 10am – 1pm, Roland Levinsky Design Lab Message, Design Knowledge and i-DAT- Design Research Seminar 3
  • 16th January 2018, 4.30pm – 6pm, Scott, Room 105 ICCMR- Dr Alexis Kirke: “On the Benefits of Music for the Ageing Brain”
  • 17th January 2018, 1pm, Portland Square, Room B312 Transtechnology- Revisiting ideoplasticity: contingency, action, and imagination
  • 22nd January 2018 (tbc), 10am – 5pm, Roland Levinsky Design Lab Message, Design Knowledge and i-DAT- Rachel Cooper: Designing Value
  • 24th January 2018, 4.30pm – 6pm, Roland Levinksy, Room 306 Performance. Experience. Presence.- Steven Paige: “Becoming in the Archive When Pleasure Becomes a Chore: Negotiating Watching, Looking and Seeing”, Amble Skuse: title tbc
  • 31st January 2018, 3.30pm – 5pm, Room tbc Land/Water seminar
  • 31st January 2018, 3.30pm – 5pm, Babbage 405, English and Creative Writing – Mandy Bloomfield: Literature and Environment: Poetry and Ocean Plastics – title tbc
  • 31st January 2018, 4pm, Room tbc History- Professor Daniel Maudlin: The Coaching Inn: Space, Mobility and Materiality in Eighteenth-Century Britain
  • 31st January 2018, 4.30pm – 6pm, Roland Levinsky, Room 303 Performance. Experience. Presence.- Beth Richards: “No Such Event Took Place: representing hoaxes, erased histories, and non-canonical narratives”, Jeremy Diggle – title t.b.c.

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