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News from 2015

Premier of 'Tudor Trilogy'

Tuesday 18 August 2015

The Cabinet of Curiosities premiers an original play 'Tudor Trilogy: The Adventures of Elizabeth I and her Father, Henry VIII' written by visiting Fulbright scholar, Dr. Carole Levin.

CREMS postgraduates awarded AHRC International Placement Scheme Fellowships

Tuesday 30 June 2015

Congratulations to CREMS postgraduates Elizabeth Biggs (History) and Anna Reynolds (English) who have been awarded prestigious AHRC International Placement Scheme Fellowships.

Latest PhD success

Monday 22 June 2015

Warm congratulations to Christine Knaack, the latest of our doctoral candidates to pass her viva with flying colours!

CREMS postgraduates recognised for teaching excellence

Friday 5 June 2015

Gabriela Leddy, a PhD candidate in History, and Emma Kennedy, who recently received her doctorate from the Department of English, won the hotly-fought YUSU Excellence Awards for PGWT Teacher of the Year and for Outstanding Feedback.

Major AHRC Grant, 'Remembering the Reformation'

Friday 22 May 2015

Professor Brian Cummings, together with Professor Alex Walsham of the University of Cambridge, has been awarded AHRC funding for a major project on "Remembering the Reformation". The full value of the award is £831,000.

Robert Hollingworth and I Fagiolini in new Gesualdo theatre project

Monday 18 May 2015

Reader in Music Robert Hollingworth and his vocal ensemble I Fagiolini have just unleashed a major new project designed to bring audiences the intensity of the avant-garde music of Renaissance composer Carlo Gesualdo.

CREMS welcomes new Marie Curie Fellow

Friday 1 May 2015

Dr Stefan Bauer will be joining the History Department for two years from 1st September 2015. He will be working closely with Professor Simon Ditchfield on the project: ‘History and Theology: the Creation of Disinterested Scholarship from Dogmatic Stalemate (ca. 1525-1675)’.

Special Edition of Art History co-edited by Emanuele Lugli

Monday 13 April 2015

This month's special edition of Art History, 'To Scale', has been co-edited by Emanuele Lugli and Joan Kee (Michigan).

CREMS welcomes Visiting Fulbright Professor

Monday 5 January 2015

CREMS is delighted to welcome Professor Carole Levin as a Visiting Fulbright Fellow for the spring and summer terms.

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