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.

Submissions are welcome and items for inclusion should be sent to HUM.research@uea.ac.uk


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‘In Search of a New Fiction? British Avant-Garde Writing of the 1960s’ Conference (LDC)

Nonia Williams (LDC) introduces 'In Search of a New Fiction? British Avant-Garde Writing of the 1960s', a conference funded by the Modern and Contemporary Writing Research Group in LDC.

New Book by Jack Hartnell (AMA)

Jack Hartnell will be launching his fantastic new book, Medieval Bodies: Life, Death and Art in the Middle Ages, at the Wellcome Collection, London, on Wednesday 4th April 2018.(https://wellcomecollection.org/medieval-bodies)

Annual Adventures in Research Success for Laura Joyce (LDC)

In collaboration with the UEA Publishing Project and Boiler House Press, the Adventures in Research seed funding will support the development of Hex Press. Hex Press will publish creative-critical pamphlets that cluster around themes of ecocriticism, sexuality, and the occult. The micro-press will publish work from Naomi Booth, Jodie Kim, Thomas Houlton, Camilla Bostock, and Laura Joyce, writers who have written and published creative, critical, and creative-critical works on the broad themes...

AMA Colleagues at College Art Association Annual Conference

Dr. Jessica Barker, Dr. Jack Hartnell, Dr. Ed Krčma report back from their recent trip to the College Art Association Annual Conference in Los Angeles.

Faculty Small Award for Hazel Marsh (PPL)

PPL lecturer Hazel Marsh received a Small Faculty Award, which contributed towards financing supplementary fieldwork for the ESRC-funded project, ‘Moving with Risk: forced displacement and vulnerability to hazards in Colombia’ (Principal Investigator: Professor Roger Few, DEV, Co-Investigators: Dr Teresa Armijos Burneo, DEV; Dr Hazel Marsh, PPL; Professor Jennifer Barclay, ENV).

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