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

Nursing Narratives

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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James Fenwick’s ‘Closeup with Fahmi Reza’ at The Void – Wednesday 25th May, 12:00 – 14:30

We’d like to invite you to join us for a fascinating in-person screening, discussion, and Q&A with documentary filmmaker, graphic artist, and political activist Fahmi Reza on Wednesday 25 May in The Void, 12noon to 2.30pm.  Fahmi Reza is a Malaysian documentary filmmaker, political graphic designer, and street artist. His work focuses on issues of colonialism, free speech, and media freedom. […]

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Dr James Fenwick’s funded research project to investigate the working experiences of Yorkshire’s film festival programmers

Dr James Fenwick

Dr James Fenwick, senior lecturer in the Department of Media Arts and Communication, has received £10,000 in research funding from the Screen Industries Growth Network (SIGN). His project will investigate the experiences of Yorkshire’s film festival programmers, the barriers and challenges they face to entering and maintaining a career in the sector, and the skills and training required to nurture […]

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Royal Photographic Society Historical Group / SHU Photography Research Symposium – Saturday 02 April 2022

The 4th joint Royal Photographic Society Historical Group / SHU Photography Research Day Saturday 02 April 2022, 1015-1630. Held online on Zoom. The event organised by Janine Freeston (Royal Photographic Society) and Andrew Robinson (Sheffield Hallam University) is free to all SHU staff and students and includes presentations and papers by Royal Photographic Society members alongside Sheffield Hallam staff, alumni […]

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Contemporary Conversations in Culture, Media and Society – ‘Exploiting around the Clock: Sam Katzman and the Genesis of the Rock ’n’ Roll Film’ with Yannis Tzioumakis (University of Liverpool)

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Contemporary Conversations in Culture, Media and Society Exploiting around the Clock: Sam Katzman and the Genesis of the Rock ’n’ Roll Film Featuring Yannis Tzioumakis (University of Liverpool). This paper revisits the production history of the film Rock around the Clock (1956), with a view to shedding light on certain aspects of that history that have received little attention, but […]

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Nursing Narratives: Hallam study uncovers ‘shocking and systemic’ levels of racism in the NHS 

Hallam study uncovers ‘shocking and systemic’ levels of racism in the NHS  The i paper is the latest national media outlet to cover a ground-breaking research project led by Professor Anandi Ramamurthy looking at the experiences of more than 150 black and brown healthcare staff. The project exposed ‘shocking and systematic’ levels of racism in the NHS. Professor Anandi Ramamurthy […]

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Professor Anandi Ramamurthy’s Nursing Narratives uncovers ‘shocking and systemic’ levels of racism in the NHS

A ground-breaking study led by Professor Anandi Ramamurthy has uncovered ‘shocking and systemic’ levels of racism in the NHS. The Nursing Narratives project, funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council, gathered experiences of more than 150 black and brown healthcare staff. The research was launched at an event at Hallam this weekend and has since been covered extensively by […]

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Contemporary Conversations in Culture, Media and Society – ‘Data Theory: Interpretive Sociology and Computational Methods’ with Professor Simon Lindgren (Umeå University)

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Contemporary Conversations in Culture, Media and Society Data Theory: Interpretive Sociology and Computational Methods Featuring Professor Simon Lindgren (Umeå University). The ongoing and intensifying datafication of our societies poses huge challenges as well as opportunities for social science to rethink core elements of its research enterprise. Prominently, there is a pressing need to move beyond the long-standing qualitative/quantitative divide. This […]

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Nursing Narratives: Racism and the Pandemic – Saturday 5th March

Come and join the discussions at the launch event of Nursing Narratives: Racism and the Pandemic on Saturday 5th March at Sheffield Hallam University City Campus. This important new research examines healthcare, racism and the Covid-19 pandemic. The launch event will include the presentation of our findings and the screening of our new, ground-breaking documentary film. The afternoon will see […]

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