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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Report by Elizabeth Bennett (AMA) and George McKay (AMA)

Co-authored by Elizabeth Bennett and George McKay, the purpose of this report is to chart and critically examine available writing about the historical and contemporary presence of street music in the cultural landscape and our shared public spaces, drawing on both academic and ‘grey’/cultural policy literature in the field. The review presents research findings under the headings of - history – cultural policy and legislation – street music advocacy and campaigning –...

Transformation and Tradition in 1960s British Cinema

Published May 2019, Transformation and Tradition in 1960s British Cinema marks the culmination of the 3-year AHRC project of the same name investigating diverse aspects of British film culture during an especially dynamic decade (https://60sbritishcinema.wordpress.com/).

Jo Clarke (AMA) brings the humanities to climate science

Jo Clarke has been named as a reviewer for the Inter-governmental Panel for Climate Change (IPCC), Assessment Report 6, Working Group II. Jo’s long-standing links with Environmental Science, her role as director of the Environment, Space and Place research group, her research collaborations with ENV’s, Julian Andrews, CRU’s, Nick Brooks, and TYN’s Corinne Le Quere, and teaching on modules in Environmental Science have all contributed to what could be considered truly inter-disciplinary...

New Area Studies Colloquium 2019 'Theory and Method: Blurring Genres'

This year’s New Area Studies Colloquium, titled ‘Theory and Method: Blurring Genres’ will be held on Wednesday 10th and Thursday 11th July in ZICER 0.01, UEA Campus. This two day-long event features a number of panels on doing area studies across the world, theory, methods, and finding funding.

Leverhulme Fellowship Success for Petra Rau (LDC)

Petra Rau (LDC) has been awarded a Leverhulme Fellowship, and introduces her project, titled "Only what you can carry: nine working-class women and German cultural memory", which will lead to an illustrated book of narrative non-fiction.

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