Dr Robbie Aitken interviewed by WFHB Bloomington Indiana on the Black experience in Nazi Germany

Picture of Professor Robbie Aitken

Dr Robbie Aitken, Reader in Imperial History, Department of Humanities was recently interviewed on US community radio show ‘Bring It On!’ in WFHB Bloomington, Indiana. ‘Bring It On’ is a weekly radio programme committed to exploring the people, issues and events impacting the African-American community. Robbie spoke about the Black experience of Nazi Germany, which is a key focus of […]

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‘Investigatory Power’ – Exhibition by Rose Butler opens next month at Decad Berlin

Banner image for 'Investigatory Powers' - an exhibition at Decad Berlin by Rose Butler

Investigatory Power is an exhibition by British artist Rose Butler curated by Mareike Spendel bringing together the artist’s own photographic work captured in the UK Houses of Parliament with video footage and imagery selected from the Stasi Records Agency, Film and Video Archive. As part of her doctoral study which centres on surveillance, Butler considers the ethics and politics of […]

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Ron Wright and Neil Webb’s ‘Burning Pool’ premieres at Ohm club, Berlin

Ron Wright-Neil Webb Burning Pool banner for Ohm premiere

On Saturday 29 June 2019 Burning Pool premiered at Ohm, the battery room inside the famous techno club Tresor. SHU’s Ron Wright presented SonUrban and the tracks were accompanied by films of post industrial landscapes, street dancing and graffiti including his work Burning Pool. You can watch a video of the performance here. Cover of Burning Pool by Ron Wright and Neil Webb Burning […]

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‘Overcoming language barriers’ – Daniela Petrelli speaks at the Cross-Lingual Bibliographic Search final workshop

Banner image for CLuBS project - featuring Daniela Petrelli

Sheffield Hallam’s Professor of Interaction Design Professor Daniela Petrelli has been invited to speak at the final workshop of the Cross-Lingual Bibliographic Search (CLuBS), on Friday 07 June 2019 at the Saarland Informatics Campus in Germany. The aim of CLuBS is an empirical evaluation of four different approaches in the field of cross-lingual information retrieval based on the psychological search engine PubPsych with the final […]

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‘Influence of Mars’ – Susannah Gent’s short film selected for Kasseler Dokfest

Still from Susannah Gent's 'Influence of Mars' with Kasseler Dokfest logo

Susannah Gent’s short film Influence of Mars has been selected for the Kasseler Dokfest, a festival specialising in documentary and experimental work in Kassel, Germany and taking place this November. The film was selected from over 3,000 submissions. Influence of Mars was originally produced as part of the Solar: Walking at the Speed of Light app for the Catalyst Festival of Creativity […]

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