What's On

Coming up

Wed
21
Feb

Ethics and qualitative and quantitative research in the arts and humanities

HRC graduate training session for all arts and humanities postgraduates and staff.

Wed
21
Feb

POSTPONED: Workshop and Seminar with Anat Pick

A postgraduate student workshop and a Modern School Research Seminar with Anat Pick (Queen Mary University, London).

Wed
21
Feb

The A1 Project - Roman Britain & working with contractors

Neil Redfern, Historic England, will be sharing findings from the A1 project.

Wed
21
Feb
Wed
21
Feb
Thu
22
Feb
Thu
22
Feb

Urbanity and the implied sense of taste in early modern Iran

Part of the Islamic Art Circle lecture series

Mon
26
Feb

POSTPONED: The Secret Life of a Feminist Academic: Sexuality, Masculinity, Shoes and Power

Centre for Women's Studies Research Seminar with speaker Professor Victoria Robinson (University of York).

Mon
26
Feb

Piranesi in the Valley of the Uncanny

Part of the History of Art research seminar series

Tue
27
Feb

Looking backward at eighteenth-century English pornography

Centre for Eighteenth Century Studies research seminar with Kathleen Lubey (St. John's University)

Tue
27
Feb

Danelaw Stories: The Anglo-Saxon Chronicle and the Conquest

Talk by Dr George Younge (University of York). Part of the Normans in the North Lecture Series.

Tue
27
Feb

Constructing narratives of 'civilisation' through cultural heritage

York Heritage Research Seminar (YOHRS) with Chiara Bonacchi, Co-Investigator Researcher at UCL's Institute of Archaeology

Wed
28
Feb

Publishing sites in the commercial sector

Gill Hey, CEO of Oxford Archaeology, will be discussing publishing sites in the commercial sector.

Wed
28
Feb

POSTPONED: Eleanor Catton in Conversation

This event has been postponed until the Summer Term. Details will be posted soon. If you booked a free ticket for this event, it will be transferred to the new date.

Thu
1
Mar

Educational Impact: how can our research impact on schools, teachers and the school curriculum?

A Humanities Research Centre 'The Proposition' session for anyone interested in working to have impact in this field.

Tue
6
Mar
Tue
6
Mar

Development Needs the Humanities

An HRC Lightning Rods event to explore how arts and humanities scholars at York can work with scientists and social scientists on Global Challenges Research Fund and other development research funding calls. All are welcome.

Tue
6
Mar

Archbishop Wulfstan and the Peace of God

Talk by Professor Katy Cubitt (University of East Anglia). Part of the York Medieval Lecture Series.

Tue
6
Mar

Constructing Stonehenge, Creating its Landscape c1860-1960.

York Heritage Research Seminar (YOHRS) with Martyn Barber, Senior Researcher with Historic England's Aerial Investigation & Mapping team

Tue
6
Mar

Art and Politics Today

CModS research seminar by Professor David Barnett (Theatre, Film and Television, York) and Ruth Kelly (Centre for Applied Human Rights, York). Part of the ‘Political Forms’ CModS research strand.

Tue
6
Mar

Cosmic Roads: Relocating Modernism

Part of the History of Art research seminar series (Presented in collaboration with York Islamic Art Circle)

Wed
7
Mar

The Must Farm Project

Mark Knight, site director of the Must Farm Project, will be sharing the latest findings from 'Britain's Pompeii' for this year's finale.

Wed
7
Mar

Music and Catholic memories of the Reformation

Department of History Research Seminar

Thu
8
Mar

"The kyngedom of heaven is at hand very nye": Preaching, Prayer and Protestant Visuality in the Theatre of John Bale (1495-1563)

CREMS research seminar with Fionnuala O'Neill Tonning, Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Foreign Languages and Translation, University of Agder, Norway

Thu
8
Mar

From Selma to Moscow: How Human Rights Activists Transformed US Foreign Policy

A York Centre for the Americas lecture by Professor Sarah Snyder

Mon
12
Mar

"Well that's not human lookin...it works tho lol"

History of Art research seminar with Zach Blass (Goldsmiths)

Mon
12
Mar

What can we do about Black beauty shame?

Centre for Women's Studies Research Seminar with speaker Professor Shirley Tate (Leeds Beckett University).

Tue
13
Mar

Tobie Matthew: A life in Books

Cabinet of Curiosities event with Dr Rosamund Oates (Manchester Metropolitan University)

Wed
14
Mar

Beyond the PhD: Routes forward in Academia

HRC Graduate Training session for 3rd and 4th year PhDs and postdoctoral researchers

Thu
22
Mar

Carcanet Poets: Phoebe Power and Oli Hazzard

The University of York and Carcanet Press are delighted to present Phoebe Power and Oli Hazzard for an unmissable evening of poetry. A Writers at York event.

Tue
24
Apr
Mon
11
Jun

The Proposition: Research Data Management

A Humanities Research Centre 'The Proposition' session

Interdisciplinary events

The Proposition

The Proposition - a workshop series to explore interdisciplinary ideas and develop interdisciplinary projects in and beyond the arts and humanities

Lightning Rods‌‌

Lightning Rods - presenting and contesting dynamic, provocative ideas in the arts and humanities

Public lectures

The University of York organises free public lectures on a wide variety of topics and aimed at a general audience.

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