A series of free events to get you used to working with the BL
24 November, 6pm, The Venue, 20 Western Blvd, Leicester LE2 7BU
M4C student Matthias Sperling will present the live performance of his artistic doctoral research in choreography at DMU’s The Venue on 24 November at 6pm.
Announcing the launch of M3C student Kerryn Wise’s new #VR dance/theatre experience #Facades, a surreal VR noir dancing between reality & illusion.
Thursday 14th October 2021 6.30-8.00pm on zoom,
Seminar – Dr Charlotte Veal presents ‘Routes of Infection, routes to safety’ bringing together cultural geography, landscape studies, performance studies and microbiology to understand bus passenger, driver, and cleaner experiences of the pandemic
14-15 July 2022,
We'd like to invite you to submit your papers for the Computing Conference 2022 to be held from 14-15 July 2022 in London, UK.
Friday 10th September 2021, Online via Zoom
This is an M4C-funded Dialogue Day, to be held on Zoom on Friday 10th September 2021
The deadline for abstracts is Sunday 12th September 2021, with the conference scheduled to take place in Leeds (in-person) on 4th-7th July 2022.
The theme of this year’s conference is ‘Borders’, with our panel focussing particularly on ‘Boundaries of Governance: Establishing, Negotiating, and Overcoming the Limits of Royal and Aristocratic Power.’
Closes: Sunday 5th September 2021
UKRI’s 2021 Speak Up for Food Security research storytelling competition is now LIVE and accepting applications from UKRI council-funded Early Career Researchers (PhD + postdoc)!
Submission Deadline: 15th August 2021.
The Alexander Fleming Prize, supported by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, is a £20,000 prize for a doctoral thesis level project which will benefit global public health (UK based researcher).
Free 4 week course starting 27th September 2021, Online
Explore how to design and create audio descriptions and audio introductions that fully represent a film, play, or TV programme.
Wednesday 25th August, 7:30pm, Via Zoom
Discourse and Politics and Journey to Justice are proud to collaborate and bring you an event that puts people with lived experience of economic injustice at the forefront of discussions about activism and policy change.
Fri, 9 July 2021 09:00 – 17:30 BST, Online
Known knowns, known unknowns, unknown knowns and unknown unknowns are all precarious states but also vital aspects of the research process.
Pre-conference keynote seminar 12th July 2021 and two day conference from 21st-22nd July 2021., Online
We are delighted to announce that registration is now open (free) for both the Distant Communications two-day online conference (21st - 22nd July 2021) and the pre-conference keynote seminar with Professor James Daybell (12 July 2021)
Friday 1st October 2021, Online via Zoom
Register now for a one-day interdisciplinary conference exploring change and continuity in the politics, society and culture of the post-war period.
9th-11th September 2021, Online via Zoom
A three-day interdisciplinary conference funded by M4C. This conference explores how ‘the hidden’, aspects of culture which are ephemeral, marginal, and obscure, manifests itself in the visual, literary and performing arts.
Thursday, July 1st 2021, Online Webinar
This FREE webinar will provide an opportunity for all the UK and Ireland ecomuseums to come together, introducing their projects and discussing key issues for this growing movement.
Wed, 16 June 2021 16:00 – 17:30 BST, Online
The CCLC speaks to Hay Festival's Digital Director on how the pandemic has affected the festival.
We invite you to explore the rich content of the ePosters.
Virtual Gallery for the Midlands4Cities Digital Research Festival 2021.
Wednesday 29th September 2021, Online
A one-day online symposium hosted by PhD researchers from Coventry University and De Montfort University to explore space and the built environment through an interdisciplinary lens.
Wednesday 26th May- Friday 11th June 2021, Online via Zoom
This event is organised by MAP Warwick, MAP Birmingham and MAP Nottingham and aims to provide a space to discuss issues about Philosophy, Academia, and Mental Health including with both scientific and testimony oriented talks.
Pandemic Perspectives is looking for M4C peer-reviewers in the fields of classics, design, drama, history, philosophy, literature, political science, and Korean studies.
Peer reviewers needed!
Apply by 5pm on Tuesday 1st June 2021
Want to join the Nottingham UNESCO City of Literature team? We're hiring!
Wednesday 16th June 10.00 – 12.30 and Friday 18th June 10.00 to 12.30, Online
An AHRC Midlands4Cities and ESRC Midlands Graduate School online joint careers workshop (two sessions)
24th-26th June 2021, University of Warwick
This event aims to open a multicultural space beyond institutional and geographical boundaries to foster discussions and to listen to a variety of voices, addressing the problems of enslavement and subjection.
Opens 30th April- Closes 4pm UK Time on 24th June 2021
The AHRC’s Research in Film Awards (RIFA) opens for applications this Friday 30 April. RIFA celebrates the best in academic filmmaking and remains the only awards dedicated to recognising arts and humanities research through the medium of film.
POSTPONED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE, Online via Zoom
POSTPONED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE: A one-day virtual workshop and networking event for PhD students using oral history in their research
10th June 2020 (10:00 - 16:30), Online (Zoom)
Exploring new opportunities in developing new methodologies in research-led practice
1st-3rd June and 8th-10th June 2021, Zoom
This development course is a 3-part programme that aims to engage with the learning and insight needed to interrogate and deconstruct whiteness. In doing so we can work on the global challenge of eliminating racism and centring anti-racist practice.
19th April 2021 (11:00-12:00) or 20th May 2021 (13:00-14:00), Online
The Brilliant Club’s Researcher Development Programme offers PhD and Post Doc’s a meaningful, professionally developmental, paid tutoring opportunity.
Thu 17 Jun 2021 - Sat 19 Jun 2021. Free Admission
Postcolonial Studies Centre Conference: Patterns of Struggle and Solidarity
Deadline for submissions: Sunday 14th February 2021
Inaugural conference will be held on Monday 19 - Tuesday 20 April 2021.
Location: Durham University, Pemberton Rooms, UK
Text and Textuality Conference to be held at Durham University on the 15-17th July 2021.