Arts and Humanities Research Bulletin Arts and Humanities Research Bulletin

The Faculty Research Bulletin celebrates the research achievements of colleagues, and publicises research projects, and the impact and benefits of our research.

Published quarterly, the Research Bulletin includes information about new research publications and exhibitions, research awards, fellowships, and prizes, as well as details about colleagues’ contributions to conferences and other events, at UEA and elsewhere.

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CHASE consortium Cohort Development Fund bid success (HIS)

Cathie Carmichael and Matthew D’Auria (HIS) have been awarded funding for a workshop on nationalism in Florence following a successful bid to the CHASE consortium Cohort Development Fund. ‘Rethinking the History of Nationalism: a Transnational Approach’ will take place in Florence in May 2019, and the two day event will be divided into themed panels and involve reflection and discussion about Nationalism Studies.

Piers Rawling visit organised by Philip Wilson and Jo Drugan (PPL)

Phillip Wilson and Jo Drugan (PPL) have organised three events with Piers Rawling, who is Professor and Chair of Philosophy at Florida State University. On Wednesday 20th March, BCLT and PPL will host a book launch for The Routledge Handbook of Translation and Philosophy, edited by Pier Rawling and Philip Wilson, and featuring chapters from a number of UEA colleagues. On Thursday 21st March, Piers will address the Philosophy Research Seminar on ‘Decision theory for the normative realist’, and...

Huntington Fellowship Success for Jack Hartnell (AMA)

Jack Hartnell has been appointed as a Dibner Fellow in the History of Science & Technology, and in 2019-20 will be heading to the USA for a year of writing and collections research at the Huntington Library in Pasadena. Jack will be working on a book project tentatively titled 'Wound Man: The Many Lives of a Medieval and Early Modern Surgical Image'.

Public Conference by Kaeten Mistry (AMA)

The AHRC-funded research project “Blowing the Whistle: The Hidden History of Whistleblowing and the Rise of the U.S. National Security State,” led by Kaeten Mistry (AMA) recently held its final public conference. The event, “Exposing Secrets: The Past, Present & Future of US National Security Whistleblowing and Government Secrecy” took place 17-18 January in London. It included scholars, whistleblowers, journalists, lawyers, advocates, and the general public.

Street Music Conference at UEA

George McKay and Dr Elizabeth Bennett are organising a conference on street music to be held on the 14th and 15th of May 2019. The conference is part of the research for George’s Public Culture and Creative Spaces project, funded by the AHRC Connected Communities programme. Elizabeth has recently been appointed as a postdoctoral research associate on the project.

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