JUSTHEAT Summer Research Internship

JUSTHEAT’s UK team are recruiting for a paid internship at Sheffield Hallam University to support JUSTHEAT. The project (6 week full-time or 12 week part-time) will deliver a visual analysis of post-war media campaigns that promoted heating systems / transition. Justheat: Looking backwards to move forwards is a three-year interdisciplinary, pan-European project to explore how major changes to home heating […]

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Cathy Soreny blog post: The Stories Beyond Words project

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PhD student Cathy Soreny was recently invited to write a blog post ‘The Stories Beyond Words project: creatively reworking and reclaiming time’ for Redefining Stammering (a website run by activist and clinicians in the field of stammering and dysfluency pride). Cathy’s doctoral research project ‘Stories Beyond Words’ brings together people with communication impairments to explore voice and radical self-representation, co-creating […]

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About Home: pop-up exhibition by PhD students Marney Walker and Jackie Leaver

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Lab4Living postgraduate students Marney Walker and Jackie Leaver present work in progress from their ongoing PhD design projects at a pop-up exhibition in Sheffield City Centre next week. Marney and Jackie will be sharing some of their research findings, and there will be a chance for visitors to interact with objects found in the house and reflect on their own […]

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PhD Student Emma Bolland’s ‘Instructions from Light’ published

Instructions from Light - Emma Bolland (Joan Publishing copyright)

Part of alumni Culture and Creativity Research Institute (CCRI)/Art, Design and Media (ADMRC) PhD student Emma Bolland’s doctoral work is now available in published form. The book, Instructions from Light formed the practice submission of Emma Bolland’s SHU PhD, titled Scripting Silence: The Expanded Screenplay as Present-traumatic Language (completed 2022). The PhD was in the area of fine art, art writing and artists translation, […]

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Diane Rodgers Researcher Blog: Reflections on the Centre for Folklore, Myth and Magic in Todmorden, Sat 1st October 2022

About the Author Diane A. Rodgers is a Senior Lecturer in Media, Arts and Communications at Sheffield Hallam University and a CCRI PhD candidate conducting doctoral research relating to folklore and folk horror in ‘wyrd’ 1970s British Film and Television. As a co-founder of the Centre for Contemporary Legend (CCL) and part of the CCMS Cultural Heritage Research Group, I was honoured to be invited to speak […]

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‘a sukkah for our times’: City centre installation by PhD researcher Max Munday and local Jewish community

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a sukkah for our times Wednesday 12 – Friday 14 October 2022 Sheffield Winter Garden You can hear audio of this text being read out here: a sukkah for our times audio. a sukkah for our times is an art installation and event-space created for the festival of Sukkot by PhD researcher Max Munday and members of the local Jewish community, including Ken […]

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METHOD 2022 – Programme now available

The METHOD conference programme is now available – find the itinerary and abstracts online here. Key dates: Conference: 21 and 22 September 2022 , remotely via Zoom. Pre-conference METHOD abstract training: 08 June 10am-12pm, remotely via Zoom: https://shu.zoom.us/j/4900996114 (passcode 8022) Abstract submission deadline: 04 July 2022 send here.  Below you will find three sections: Introduction to the conference theme. Submission and […]

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