Diane Rodgers Researcher Blog: Adventures in Folklore with the BBC!

About the Author Diane A. Rodgers is a Senior Lecturer in Media, Arts and Communications at Sheffield Hallam University and a C3RI PhD candidate conducting doctoral research relating to folklore and folk horror in ‘wyrd’ 1970s British Film and Television. On either side of the festive period, I was lucky to have a number of direct collaborations with the BBC in relation to […]

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CINEMA, BORDERS AND THE APARTHEID WALL

A special issue on Borders and Migrations of BFI’s Viewfinder in Autumn 2019 featured an article about Palestinian Cinema and the Creative Interruptions Project by Dr Anandi Ramamurthy (Reader in Post-Colonial Cultures, Sheffield Hallam University) ‘Separation and displacement so central to contemporary Palestinian experience have found expression in both drama and documentary within contemporary Palestinian Cinema, a medium that has […]

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Professor Esther Johnson invited to speak on an immersive cinema panel at the prestigious SXSW festival in Austin, Texas this March

JOHNSON Esther - SXSW

Professor Esther Johnson will be discussing her approach to live scored cinema in her research ASUNDER and new project in Vietnam DUST & METAL, during a panel event Marginalised Histories Through Live Cinema on 15th March at this year’s festival. Founded in 1987 in Austin, Texas, SXSW is best known for its conference and festivals that celebrate the convergence of […]

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Ron Wright interviewed for contemporary electronic music magazine Electronic Sound

Ron Wright with Hula - Electronic Sound interview

Electronic Sound covers contemporary electronic music and culture with a side order of art and technology, providing in-depth coverage of the current scene, the pioneers, the machines, and the current thinking of the electronic music world. In the latest issue of the magazine Sheffield Hallam senior lecturer (Sound Recording and Design for Film & Media Production) Ron Wright is interviewed […]

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Lab4Living presents ONE/ Exhibition

Lab4Living ONE/ Exhibition

As part of the 100 Year Life Project, supported by Research England, Lab4Living is exploring the question: “We are surrounded by objects that shape our existence, from our first to last breath.  But why do we develop emotional bonds with them?” Two cubes, one in the CANTOR foyer (named ONE/1), and the other in OWEN reception (named ONE/100) will be […]

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‘In Transit 2020’ – MA/MFA Design Exhibition at the HPO

2020-01 Design Students Exhibition - In Transit 2020

In Transit 2020 MA and MFA Design Exhibition Exhibition Preview  Tuesday 21 January 2020, 5PM – 7PM Head Post Office 16.1.16, Sheffield We are delighted to invite you to the exhibition preview of current MA and MFA Design students. In Transit 2020 showcases the MA project work from design students in Fashion, Graphics, Illustration, Interior, Jewellery and Metalwork, and Product. You […]

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Professor Esther Johnson’s ‘Hinterland’ and ‘Retreating the Line’ screen at immersive film/music event Shifting Sands in Scarborough Market Hall and Vaults

Shifting Sands screenings - Esther Johnson (stills from Retreating the Line/Hinterland)

Hinterland and Retreating the Line screen at immersive film/music event Shifting Sands in Scarborough Market Hall and Vaults Professor Esther Johnson’s artist film works Hinterland and Film and Video Umbrella and Hull City of Culture 2017 commission Retreating the Line both screen this Friday 17 January 2020 7PM – 9PM at Shifting Sands taking place at: Scarborough Market Hall and […]

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Tuesday 21st January 2020 – Lunchtime Seminar with Dr Cathy Leung (Senior Lecturer from Hang Seng University, Hong Kong)

Title: Boosting students’ learning through the Case Method: Analysing e-business Taobao Speaker: Dr. Leung Miu Yee (Cathy), Senior Lecturer from Hang Seng University in Hong Kong Date and time: Tuesday 21st January 2020, 1pm-2pm Abstract Unlike lectures, case method classes unfold without a detailed script. In practice, they pursue opportunities and “teachable moments” that emerge throughout the discussion, and deftly […]

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