Tackling Online Hate in Football – TOHIF project website goes live

Tackling Online Hate in Football logo

Update Jack has been interviewed about the innovative combination of data analysis, critical analysis and grassroots activism behind the TOHIF project – find this on the SHU website here.   Providing an innovative combination of state-of-the-art quantitative data analysis, nuanced qualitative critical analysis and grassroots activism, the ‘Tackling Online Hate in Football’ (TOHIF) project aims to trace as well combat […]

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Creative Interruptions in Collaboration with OTO hosts – CHALLENGING ERASURE: RESTORING AND NARRATING PALESTINE

Image credit: The Silent Protest - dir Mahasen Naser Eldin

Creative Interruptions and OTO wish to offer this opportunity for artists and academics in Sheffield to meet and join a discussion about Palestine, give insight into the ways in which Palestine has been documented across the decades and expand the creative dialogue between Sheffield and Palestinian filmmakers and artists. OTO is a practice-led screening and discussion group on current debates […]

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Dr Anandi Ramamurthy (Sheffield Hallam University) to host a series of Palestinian Short films: 70 Years of Nakba

Dr Anandi Ramamurthy, C3RI‘s Reader in Post-Colonial Cultures, has announced a series of film screenings and discussions for May 2018. The film programme is organised as part of research for the AHRC Creative Interruptions project. Post-screening discussion will take place with Dr Dani Abulhawa (Sheffield Hallam University) in Sheffield, Ruth Abu Rashed (University of Manchester) in Manchester, and Dr Marwan […]

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CHEAD Research Alliance: Next Generation Design Leadership – Event at Derby University on 07 March 2018

Banner image for CHEAD Research Alliance events - courtesy of CHEAD

The Council for Higher Education in Art & Design (CHEAD) will be holding a Research Alliance Network event on the morning of Wednesday 07 March at Derby University entitled ‘Next Generation Design Leadership’ featuring SHU’s Professor of Design, David Swann. CHEAD Research Alliance: Next Generation Design Leadership School of the Arts, Derby University DE22 3AW Wednesday 07 March 2018, 9.30AM – […]

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AHRC Next Generation Design Research Workshop hosted at the Head Post Office, Sheffield on 24 January 2018

Image from AHRC Next Generation Design Workshop Eventbrite page - featuring logos of SHU, Lancaster University, Imagination Lancaster and AHRC

The Sheffield Institute of Arts will be the venue for the second AHRC Next Generation Design Research Workshop of 2018. The workshop, scheduled for Wednesday 24 January 2018, is designed to explore the processes involved in applying for an AHRC grant and will be particularly helpful for researchers looking to secure their first AHRC funding grant and for other researchers […]

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Researcher Blog by Dr Anandi Ramamurthy on Cinematic Interruptions – The Experience of Palestine

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About the author Anandi Ramamurthy is Reader in Post-Colonial Cultures in the Computing and Communication Research Centre (CCRC) within C3RI. Anandi’s research focuses on critically analysing ‘race’ and postcoloniality in media and culture to challenge hegemonies and aims to give voice to the voiceless.   In this post Anandi discusses her work on Creative Interruptions, an AHRC funded project that explores the […]

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Dr Anandi Ramamurthy hosts screening and director Q&A of ‘Off Frame Aka Revolution Until Victory’ with director Mohanad Yaqubi 11/12 July 2017

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As part of her research for the AHRC funded Creative Interruptions project, Dr Anandi Ramamurthy (Reader in Post-Colonial Cultures) will conduct Q&As with director Mohanand Yaqubi following the screenings of ‘Off Frame Aka Revolution Until Victory’. Off Frame Aka Revolution Until Victory explores the Palestinian people’s struggle to represent themselves.  By using archival material from the Palestine Film Unit, founded in the 1960s to document the […]

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PhD student, Rachel Emily Taylor’s exhibition at The Foundling Museum, London

These portraits are the result of art workshops conducted by doctoral student, Rachel Emily Taylor, during her residency at The Foundling Museum, London from February – October 2016. Rachel Emily Taylor’s project analyses how biographical narratives are employed within the heritage discourse: unravelling the dialogues, particularly in the presentation of a historical person, in a museum context. The workshops explored […]

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