Professor Anandi Ramamurthy’s article on systemic racism in the NHS

NHS Nursing Narratives

Professor Anandi Ramamurthy has written an article for The New Arab about the findings from the Nurses Narratives project which paints a picture of the systematic racism experienced by migrant, black, Asian and minority ethnic health care workers during the pandemic. In the article, Professor Anandi Ramamurthy shares findings from the Nurses Narratives project which paints a harrowing picture of the systematic racism […]

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Cigar Box Blues: The Makers Of A Revolution’ is screening again on BBC4 at 12.30 pm on Friday 24th June

Still from the documentary Cigar Box Blues

The ‘Cigar Box Blues: The Makers Of A Revolution’ documentary, directed by Professor Virginia Heath and written by Professor Paul Atkinson is screening on BBC4 at 12.30 pm on Friday 24th June (technically 00.30 am on 25th), this will be the 5th screening of the film on BBC. The documentary will then be on BBC iPlayer for a month. _____________________________________________________________________ Directed by Virginia […]

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Dr James Fenwick on the troubling legacy of the Lolita story

Dr James Fenwick

Dr James Fenwick has commented in a BBC Culture article on the problematic history of Lolita, the novel and the Stanley Kubrick film. Dr Fenwick comments on how the experience of Sue Lyon, who played Dolores in the film, is often left out of the cultural conversation: “what is missing from these studies is the voice of Lyon and of the […]

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Dylan Thomas expert, John Goodby, on Radio 4 with Melvyn Bragg

Professor John Goodby

We’re excited to share the news that Hallam’s Professor John Goodby will be a guest on Melvyn Bragg’s In Our Time programme, on BBC Radio 4 this Thursday 16 June at 9.00 am. John is the leading international expert on Dylan Thomas’ work and as In Our Time has an audience of two million, this makes his contribution even more significant for him, his department, and the University. Dylan Thomas is […]

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METHOD 2022 Conference training and CALL FOR ABSTRACTS

Key dates: Conference: September 21st and 22nd, remotely via zoom, plus visitor’s base room in Cantor. Pre-conference METHOD abstract training: 8th June 10am-12pm, remotely via zoom: https://shu.zoom.us/j/4900996114 (passcode 8022) Abstract submission deadline: 4th July 2022 send here.  Below you will find three sections: Introduction to the conference theme. Submission and abstract details. A training session for METHOD 2022 to assist […]

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Nursing Narratives ‘Exposed: Racism and the Pandemic’ showing at the Heart of the Campus, Wednesday 22 June 2022

Nursing and Midwifery Minoritised, Allied Health Minoritised and the Nursing Narratives team are hosting an event where Exposed is showcased for the first time at Sheffield Hallam University. This event will also support the relaunch of both minoritised groups. Event is open to all SHU staff and students on Wednesday 22 June at the Heart of the Campus. The documentary […]

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Professor Virginia Heath’s Masterclass on Documentary Film Making at Fastnet film Festival, 26th May 2022

Professor Virginia Heath has been invited to present a Masterclass on Documentary Film Making at the Fastnet Film Festival in Ireland on 26th May 2022.  The masterclass will focus on the making of Prof Heath’s BAFTA nominated film, From Scotland With Love. She joins key Industry Professionals invited to the film festival including, Film Producer, David Puttnam and Irish Actors Stephen […]

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World-leading impact for SHU’s art, design and media research in REF2021

REF2021 results

The recent REF2021 results confirm the benefits to society, culture and health of practice-based art, design and media research at Sheffield Hallam University. REF has rated the Art, Design & Media Research Centre (ADMRC) and Lab4Living as 100% World-leading or Internationally excellent for impact. The ADMRC and Lab4Living have a well-established track record for practice-based research which is reflected in […]

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Art, Design and Media research recognised in REF2021 for world leading and internationally excellent research

REF2021 results

The latest Research Excellence Framework (REF) results have now been released. We are delighted to share results from the Art, Design & Media Research Centre (ADRMC) and Lab4Living confirming world leading and internationally excellent research. Key findings highlight the strong research environment and the impact that our research is having on society, culture and the economy. Key findings from REF2021: […]

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Unmade, Unseen and Unreleased: Shadow Histories of Cinema and Television 23rd and 24th May

An in-person two-day conference at Sheffield Hallam University on 23/24 May to enter the shadow world of the unmade, unseen and unreleased About this event Unmade, unseen, and unreleased films and television programmes are a burgeoning area of academic study, allowing for the excavation of hidden and lost histories. For every film or television programme we watch, there are hundreds […]

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