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Tuesday, May 21, 2019

Listings of relevant Man Met and external training opportunities as well as latest announcements and updates from the PAHC Research Training Programme 2018 -19. A full listing – including videos from the RTP 2018-19 sessions uploaded to Vimeo – can be found on the ‘Training‘ page.

PAHC Research Training – Summer 2019 Programme

This list is an update to the programme in the printed booklet. We have had to re-schedule a few...

Student-Staff Forum – 5 June, 13.00 – 14.30, Righton open space

Please note that we have changed the date of the forum to 5 June (formerly 19 June). This...

Ethics Surgeries – Don’t Book, Just Turn up

University Research and Governance team hold ethics surgeries for the faculty to answer questions about ethics, processes and procedures. 

In addition to the Research Training Programme there’s a wealth of other talks, lectures, seminars and conferences happening at Man Met and beyond that are open to postgrads from any discipline. See the full listings on the ‘Talks / Lectures / Seminars‘ page.

Funny Peculiar, 6th Jun

The Council Chamber Manchester Metropolitan University Ormond Building Lower Ormond Street M15 6BX Email— i.hartshorne@mmu.ac.uk A symposium that...

Workshop: The Future of Democracy – Creating a Post-Consumerist Culture, 21st...

Date: Tuesday 21st May 2019 Time: 10am - 5pm Location: Geoffrey Manton, GM225, Manchester Met Tickets: Free...

Games and History, 22nd May

Geoffrey Manton Building Date: Wednesday 22nd May 2019 Time: 16:00-18:00 Location: Room 231,...

Based at or organised by staff/students at Man Met, this is the place to find out about a variety of events and exhibitions.  See more on the ‘Events / Exhibitions‘ page.

Jennifer Nansubuga Makumbi – Manchester Happened, 6th Jun

Date: Thursday 6th June 2019 Time: 7pm - 8.30pm Location: Blackwells Bookshop, University Green, Manchester

International Graphic Novels and Comics Conference, 24th – 28th Jun

International Graphic Novels and Comics ConferenceIncluding public and practitioner day on Wednesday 26th June, with free talks and workshops open to all. See...

Ruskin’s Manchester: From ‘Devil’s Dark’ to Beacon City, 20th May-9th Aug

Manchester Metropolitan University Special Collections Date: Monday 20th May to Friday 9th August 2019 Time: Monday...

The latest news, updates and items of interest from around PAHC and Man Met. See more on the ‘Noticeboard‘ page.

HARTS Web and Editorial Assistant, closing date 28th May

Job Description This role is responsible for the uploading and editing of content on HARTS online.  The post holder will make editorial decisions on posts...

On the History of Being – After The Black Notebooks, 31st...

Conference organised by the Department of Philosophy at Manchester Met Date: Friday 31st May - Sunday 2nd June 2019

Student-Staff Forum – 5 June, 13.00 – 14.30, Righton open space

Please note that we have changed the date of the forum to 5 June (formerly 19 June). This...

The latest Calls for papers, conferences, events, news and opportunities aimed at postgraduates and staff in the Faculty of Arts and Humanities.  See more on the ‘Listings‘ page.

Call for Chapter Proposals: Re-Imagining doctoral writing, 31st Jul

Call for Chapter Proposals: Re-Imagining doctoral writing Proposal submissions due July 31, 2019; please send to all editors. Volume Editors: Cecile Badenhorst (Memorial University) cbadenhorst@mun.ca Brittany Amell (Carleton...

Call for Submissions: JAR Issue 21 – Spring 2020, 15th Jul

Journal for Artistic Research (JAR) Submission deadline: 15 July 2019 JAR is an internationally recognized Open Access journal that publishes artistic research from all arts disciplines...

North West ESRC /AHRC Doctoral Training Partnerships Impact Even, 21st May

The event is organised by the ESRC DTP in collaboration with the AHRC DTP and they have decided to open up the event to...

What’s it like being a researcher at HARTS? Read what our postgraduate students have to say about their research, activities, achievements and ideas that matter to them. A full listing can be found on the ‘Stories‘ page.

To the Holden: Past, Present and Future

machines will watch us die has now ended. A big thank you to all who visited. With this letter, I want to thank Holden Gallery’s Steven Gartside...

Gary Spicer: The Materiality of Nothing

Lancaster Institute of Contemporary Arts (LICA), 14 July 2016 My research starts with the questions, why do I keep returning to sites of Holocaust memory...

Jo Darnley and Gemma Meek: Woman’s Outlook: Rip, Mark, Stick, Multi-Vocal...

We are embarking on a collaborative project to explore the connections between our two research practices. Jo Darnley’s research into Woman’s Outlook magazine (1919 –...