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WARS: Curating Raphael's Drawings - Wed 7th Feb

This week's WARS lecture will be given by art historian and curator, Dr. Ben Thomas. Ben's research focuses upon the art of Renaissance Italy, as well as print culture, but he has been...

WARS Lecture - 1st Feb

World Art Research Seminar Thursday 1st February, 5pm in SCVA Lecture Theatre   Dr. Sarah Guérin History of Art, University of Pennsylvania From Seville to Paris: Ivory...

AMA Approaches: Resistance! - 29 Jan 18

AMA Approaches: Resistance!
Monday 29th January, 3-5pm in JSC 2.03
This event introduces Sarah Monks, Brett Mills and Nick Grant who will be presenting on the theme of...

New publication by Alexander Brown(PPL)

A Theory of Legitimate Expectations for Public Administration by Alexander Brown (PPL) (Oxford University Press, 2017)

New Journal Article by David Nowell Smith (LDC)

David Nowell Smith (LDC) introduces his article ‘Three Theses on Voice and the Poietic Imagination’, published in New Literary Observer in Autumn 2017.

Marie-Noelle Guillot (PPL) Guest Speaker at International Conference

In October 2017 PPL Marie-Noëlle Guillot was guest speaker at the International Conference on Montalbano at the University of Catania in Sicily “Ragusa and Montalbano: translating Camilleri’s...

Innovation and Impact Awards Success for WALBEA (HIS)

Derwin Gregory (HIS) introduces Operation WALBEA, winner of the ESRC Impact Accelerator Award at the UEA Innovation and Impact Awards ceremony on 1st February.

New Articles by Elizabeth Cobbett (PPL)

Elizabeth Cobbett (PPL) introduces her articles that are being published in special editions of the International Journal of Canadian Studies and Third World Thematics in 2018.

Annual Adventures in Research Grant Success for David Gilks (HIS)

David Gilks introduces his research project on "Fashioning Patriotic Monarchy during the Crisis of Absolutism in France, 1756-1789".

Innovation and Impact Awards Success for Noirwich (LDC)

Noirwich was announced as winner of the Outstanding Social or Cultural Impact category at the UEA Innovation and Impact Awards ceremony on 1st February.

Refugee History Brings the Being Human Festival to Norwich (HIS)

The Refugee History project, directed by Lyndsey Stonebridge (HIS) and Becky Taylor (HIS), hosted four refugee-based events in Norwich as part of the Being Human Festival in November 2017, and met...

New article by Alexander Brown (PPL)

New article by Alexander Brown (PPL) in Alabama Civil Rights & Civil Liberties Law Review: "Retheorizing Actionable Injuries in Civil Lawsuits Involving Targeted Hate Speech: Hate Speech...

New article in the Journal of European Public Policy (PPL)

A new article: "Administrative legitimacy and the democratic deficit of the European Union" by Zuzana Murdoch (University of Agder), Sara Connolly (NBS) & Hussein Kassim (PPL) has...

Technical Study at Canterbury Cathedral, Jessica Barker (AMA)

Jessica Barker (AMA) talks about her work on a technical study in Canterbury Cathedral, which is currently being filmed by the BBC to be broadcast later this year.

New articles by Emma Griffin (HIS)

In February 2018, Professor Emma Griffin (HIS) published articles in two of the historical profession’s most important journals: The American Historical Review and Past and Present.
Emma also...

New article by Silvia Evangelisti (HIS)

“Religious Women, Mystic Journeys and Agency in Early Modern Spain” in Journal of Early Modern History, 22 (2018/1).
This article examines the narratives of female mystic journeys that were...

Jan Vermeiren (HIS) co-edits Special Journal Issue

Jan Vermeiren and Florian Greiner (eds.), The Bonds That Unite? Historical Perspectives on European Solidarity, special issue of European Review of History, 24/6 (2017).
The journal also...

Anthony Howe (HIS) Lecture Series at Shandong University

Professor Anthony Howe (HIS) was invited in November 2017 to lecture on his current research at the Graduate School of History, Shandong University, one of China’s largest and oldest universities.

Leverhulme Fellowship Success for Nick Vincent (HIS)

Nick Vincent (HIS) has been awarded a Levehulme Fellowship for his project: 'A Diplomatic Edition of the Letters and Charters of Richard I ('The Lionheart'), 1189-1199'.

New book by Rebecca Tillett (AMA)

Otherwise Revolution! Leslie Marmon Silko's Almanac of the Dead by Rebecca Tillett (AMA) (Bloomsbury, 2018)