New book ‘Disturbed Ecologies: Photography, Geopolitics, and the Northern Landscape in the Era of Environmental Crisis’ published –by Darcy White (SHU), Chris Goldie (SHU) and Julia Peck (University of Gloucestershire)

Darcy White / Julia Peck / Chris Goldie (eds.) Disturbed Ecologies Photography, Geopolitics, and the Northern Landscape in the Era of Environmental Crisis - Transcript Image

Darcy White (Sheffield Hallam University), Chris Goldie (Sheffield Hallam University) and Julia Peck (University of Gloucestershire) have had a new book published this March. The book, Disturbed Ecologies: Photography, Geopolitics, and the Northern Landscape in the Era of Environmental Crisis, has been published by Transcript Publishing. About the book From its inception the ‘Northern Light Research Project’ (founded by White […]

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Professor Matthew Stibbe has new book ‘Debates on the German Revolution of 1918-9’ published by Manchester University Press

Professor Matthew Stibbe (Professor of Modern European History) has had a new book published this month. The book, Debates on the German Revolution of 1918-19, has been published by Manchester University Press, and examines how the debate on the revolution has evolved from August 1919 to the present day. For more information about the book please visit the Manchester University […]

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Darcy White (Senior Lecturer, SHU) articles published in ‘The Conversation’

Darcy White (Senior Lecturer in Film and Photography, Sheffield Hallam University) has two articles published in The Conversation: ‘Sasha Huber’s You Name It: Swiss-Haitian artist renegotiates colonial history in activist exhibition‘, published March 2023 ‘Yevonde: an introduction to the woman who pioneered colour photography’ , published April 2023 More articles by Sheffield Hallam academics and researchers on The Conversation are […]

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Design For Health Vol 7 issue 1, April 2023

Design For Health Vol 7 issue 1

Pull together In his editorial, Pull Together, Paul Atkinson reflects on recent humanitarian disasters, crises, conflict and economic recession, and notes how people from a wide range of backgrounds and different walks of life are coming together to try and help. He believes this shows there is potential for design for healthcare practitioners and researchers to work with others to make […]

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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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Michelle Atherton’s ‘The Invite, The Impetus, & The Chat’ featured in Borrowed Time: Death, Dying and Change

Borrowed Time book cover

image by   A new piece of writing by Michelle Atherton has been published in Matt Osmond & Richard (Eds.) Borrowed Time: Death, Dying and Change, Kingsbridge, Devon, England 2022. The book’s overall premise is that: ‘we’re all of us living on borrowed time: the brevity of our personal span of existence now mirrored by a biosphere under intolerable pressure, its […]

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Giant Hand Eats Building from the Inside

Giant Hand Eats Building

‘Giant Hand Eats Building from the Inside’ and ‘Loop Until Escape’ launched at Sarah Wigglesworth Architecture (SWA) September 19th 2022 Becky Shaw’s work developed from a recent artist residency at a firm of architects is now on show. Following a residency at Sarah Wigglesworth Architecture in 2019-20, Becky was invited to show the body of work in the context of Stock […]

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Design For Health: Vol 6 issue 1 and ‘PhD During Covid’ call for papers

Design For Health journal cover image

Will temporary become permanent? Design research for health has taken on a new significance, and in a very short period of time the COVID-19 crisis has brought about years of accelerated change in technologies, and working practices including collaboration, production and co-production, and dissemination. In his editorial ‘Will temporary become permanent?‘, Paul Chamberlain notes the importance of considering how these […]

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