What's On

Coming up

Mon
19
Nov
Tue
20
Nov

Imperialising Old English: 'The Battle of Brunanburh'

5.30PM, K/133, King's Manor, Exhibition Square, York

Professor Elizabeth Tyler (University of York)

Tue
20
Nov

Projecting Modernism: The Future of Britain in 1930s Documentary Film

6.00PM, Bowland Auditorium, Berrick Saul Building

Dr Michael McCluskey (University of York)

Wed
21
Nov

"We come with passports instead of swords” unpacking the 1926 Mediterranean Pilgrimage of the Order of St John

5.30PM, V/N/123 (Vanbrugh College, University of York)

Mike Horswell (Visiting Tutor, Oxford)

Thu
22
Nov

Style Wars: Fashioning Hair in Early Modernity

5.00PM, BS/008 Berrick Saul Building

Dr Sue Vincent (University of York)

Mon
26
Nov

Exposure: Online participation and the artist’s body

4.30PM, BS/005 Bowland Auditorium

Cadence Kinsey

Tue
27
Nov

Locating Sites of Music Pilgrimage in London

5.00PM, K/159

Hilary Orange and Paul Graves-Brown

Wed
28
Nov

Walter Pater and Portraiture

4.00PM, Berrick Saul Treehouse

Lene Østermark-Johansen

Thu
29
Nov

Four Corners of One Cloth: Textiles from the Islamic World

6.30PM, The Treehouse

Uthra Rajgopal and Amy George (The Whitworth)

Fri
14
Dec

Interpreting and Preserving the Cultural Heritage

12.00PM, King's Manor, Exhibition Square YO1 7EP

HRC calendar

HRC calendar

We organise an annual calendar of events for the arts and humanities research community, including postgraduate training sessions, interdisciplinary seminars, competitions and celebrations.

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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.

See this term's forthcoming public lectures

Departments' and centres' events

Events archive