Events

In this talk, Dr Dominic O’Key will share insights from his research and reflections on working with a museum to negotiate the challenges of the Sixth Mass Extinction Event and climate crisis.
Please join us for the third in a series of presentations from current Postgraduate Researchers based in the School of Fine Art, History of Art and Cultural Studies.
Our speaker this week is Professor Thea Pitman, Professor of Latin American Studies, School of Languages, Cultures and Societies.
This week’s speakers are Dr Maria Paula Arias (Lecturer, School of Digital Arts, Manchester Metropolitan University) and Dr Sarah Feinstein (Teaching Fellow, School of Performance and Cultural Industries, University of Leeds).

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Please join us for the second in a series of presentations from current Postgraduate Researchers based in the School of Fine Art, History of Art and Cultural Studies. This week we will welcome Ghada Habib and Thomas Jungnitz-Watson. The event will take place on Zoom and all are welcome. The series is designed to establish…
This final session of the series will be participatory, to map out possible future directions in interdisciplinarity flood research.
Join us for the third session of the Flooding the Field series where we will be exploring the science of flooding.
Join us for the second session of the Flooding the Field series where we will be exploring the possible intersectionality of flood research.
Join us for the first session of the Flooding the Field series where we will be exploring the ‘social’ in flood research.
Join us in this webinar with curator Sandra Benites as she shares with us her experiences of indigenous art curation in Brazil.
Please join us for the first in a new series of presentations from current Postgraduate Researchers based in the School of Fine Art, History of Art and Cultural Studies.
Join us for the launch of the project publication for the Bradford’s National Museum project.
Join us in this webinar with curator and academic Janaina Oliveira as she shares with us her experiences of Black film curation in Brazil and beyond.
Dr Helen Graham – in collaboration with architect and Passivhaus designer Phil Bixby – will be sharing a creative approach to large scale public engagement in this Historic England webinar.