Contemporary Conversations in Culture, Media and Society – ‘The Devil Rides In: The Development of Satanic Narratives in the Swinging Sixties and Beyond’ with Dr Tom Clark (University of Sheffield)

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Contemporary Conversations in Culture, Media and Society The Devil Rides In: The Development of Satanic Narratives in the Swinging Sixties and Beyond Featuring Dr Tom Clark (University of Sheffield). There is now growing scholarly attention directed toward folklore and cinema, particularly in respect to ‘folk horror’ (Hutchings, 1993; Sherman and Koven, 2007; FHR, 2017). Elsewhere, there has been much interest in […]

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Contemporary Conversations in Culture, Media and Society – ‘Anti-Racist Scholar-Activism’ with Remi Joseph-Salisbury (University of Manchester) and Laura Connelly (University of Sheffield)

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Update: This seminar was recorded – you can find it online on Vimeo. Contemporary Conversations in Culture, Media and Society Anti-Racist Scholar-Activism Featuring Remi Joseph-Salisbury (University of Manchester) & Laura Connelly (University of Sheffield). This presentation focuses on our recent research exploring Anti-Racist Scholar-Activism in British universities. Based upon data from interviews with anti-racist ‘scholar-activists’, we will highlight a number […]

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CCRI Seminar Series – ‘Making things better – Snapshots of applied design research projects, methods, and intent’ with Heath Reed (Lab4Living)

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Please join us on Wednesday 06 October for our next CCRI-wide seminar as part of the Culture & Creativity Research Institute Seminar Series, where we will be hearing from Lab4Living Principal Research Fellow Heath Reed on his research, exploring several recent and emerging strands of design research in Lab4Living, contributing to and supported by the Expanding Excellence in England and Global Challenge […]

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CCRI Seminar Series – ‘Art-Science Research on Vaccines, Empathy, Toxicity’ with Dr Kaisu Koski

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Please join us on Wednesday 30 June for our next CCRI-wide seminar as part of the Culture & Creativity Research Institute Seminar Series, where we will be hearing from Lab4Living‘s cross-disciplinary artist and humanities scholar Dr Kaisu Koski on her research, exploring several art-science projects on vaccine-hesitancy, clinical empathy and environmental and cultural toxicities. Art-Science Research on Vaccines, Empathy, Toxicity […]

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CCRI Seminar Series – ‘Funding Film, Media and Arts research’ with Professors Virginia Heath and Esther Johnson

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Please join us on Wednesday 16 June for our next CCRI-wide seminar as part of the Culture & Creativity Research Institute Seminar Series, where we will be hearing from Professors Virginia Heath and Esther Johnson on their experience of funding for research projects in Film, Media and Arts. Funding Film, Media and Arts research Art, Design and Media Research Centre […]

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CCRI Seminar Series – ‘Expanding Excellence: Reflections on a 14-year Journey’ with Professors Paul Chamberlain and Claire Craig

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Please join us on Wednesday 09 June for our first CCRI-wide seminar as part of the Culture & Creativity Research Institute Seminar Series, where we will be hearing from Professors Claire Craig and Paul Chamberlain on their journey to secure the Expanding Excellence in England (E3) Award to expand Lab4Living and further their excellent research in design and health. Expanding […]

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BAFTSS New Connections Talk: ‘A Failed Film Project in Austria: Interwar Star Franziska Gaal’s Unmade Post-War Comeback’ – A Blog post by Dr Hanja Dämon

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Dr Hanja Dämon has written a Blog post further exploring some of the topics raised in a recent BAFTSS New Connections Talk, with a brief introduction by Dr James Fenwick. You can also watch the recorded talk on Vimeo; the talk took place on Friday 23 April 2021 and was a fascinating insight into the world of the unmade and […]

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BAFTSS New Connections Talk: ‘A Failed Film Project in Austria: Interwar Star Franziska Gaal’s Unmade Post-War Comeback’ – Dr Hanja Dämon, Friday 23 April 2021

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Update Hanja has written a Blog post further exploring the fascinating world of the unmade – read it here. You can also watch the recorded talk on Vimeo. This April we are pleased to host Dr Hanja Dämon (King’s College London) in a talk as part of the BAFTSS New Connections 2021 Programme: A Failed Film Project in Austria: Interwar […]

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Wednesday 05 April 2017 – Lunchtime seminar with Professor Deniz Hasirci (Izmir University, Turkey)

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Title: Modern Furniture and Interiors – The DATUMM Project Speaker: Associate Professor Dr Deniz Hasirci (Izmir University, Turkey) DATUMM: Documenting and Archiving Turkish Modern Furniture is based on the history of modern furniture design in Turkey. The aim of this project is to highlight modern furniture designed and produced in Turkey in the modern periods that can be defined as […]

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