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.email@example.com
Research Bulletin Archive
- Issue 11 - Autumn 2019/20
- Issue 10 - Summer 2018/19
- Issue 9 - Spring 2018/19
- Issue 8 - Winter 2018/19
- Issue 7 - Autumn 2018/19
- Issue 6 - Summer 2017/18
- Issue 5 - Winter 2017/18
- Issue 4 - Summer 2016/17
- Issue 3 - Spring 2016/17
- Issue 2 - Winter 2016/17
- Issue 1 - Autumn 2016/17
(The bulletins are in pdf format)
Rapid Response Funds — UEA GCRF QR Funding Bridging Communities: The Role of Translators and Interpreters in the Process of Guaranteeing the Language Rights of Speakers of Indigenous Languages in Latin America. Translators and interpreters play a key role in the process of recovery and dissemination of indigenous languages throughout Latin America. Their work guarantees access to information and rights for indigenous communities, as well as the dissemination of their languages and...
On October 15th, in The House of Lords, Alan Finlayson launched the report Crisis of Rhetoric: Renewing Political Speech and Speechwriting . The report was the result of a two year AHRC-funded seminar series which brought together academics from many disciplines, along with politicians speechwriters and journalists. Authored by Alan Finlayson and Henriette van der Blom, a classicist at Birmingham University, it shows how relearning classical insights into rhetoric can help...
A multi-disciplinary team of researchers from AMA, LDC, ENV, DEV, PHA and CHE Schools at the University of East Anglia (UEA) have been awarded £1.36 million to help tackle environment, health, nutrition, and education issues in developing countries. As one of the Investigators on this team, Dr Christine Cornea will be working across 3 sub-projects covered by this award, over a period of 18 months. Her involvement with this GCRF project not only gives her the opportunity to extend and expand...