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Andrew Hunt Inaugural Lecture, 29th Apr

Andrew Hunt Inaugural Lecture Midnight at the Museum Date: Monday 29th April 2019 Time: Wine reception from...

CFP: 2019 ‘Corridor Conversations’ one-day symposium, 17th May

We invite all research by design PhD and MRes applications across the UK to attend the 2019 'Corridor Conversations' one-day symposium.  

7th Annual PAHC Symposium: How This Bear’s Getting Over The Mountain,...

7thAnnual Postgraduate Arts & Humanities Centre (PAHC) Symposium:  HOW THIS BEAR’S GETTING OVER THE MOUNTAIN Friday...

Three Minute Thesis (3MT) drop-ins

To help you prepare for 3MT, there are now drop-in sessions open to PGRs from all faculties. Sessions will be student-led and...


Manchester School of Art is proud to be hosting the International Association of Societies of Design Research (IASDR) Conference 2019 on 02-05 September 2019....

Free Breakfast Mornings are Back!

We would like to remind you that we will be recommencing our FREE Faculty Breakfast Mornings on Monday 7 January.  Please...

On the Image Conference – Opportunity for students

The Image Research Network will be holding their annual international conference at Manchester School of Art, Manchester Met in September 2019. Jacq Butler...

Ethics Surgeries, Don’t Book, Just Turn up – Dates 2019

Please make a note of the following details for ethics surgeries this academic year. Please do forward on to your UG/PGT and PGR students....

A Message from Professor Steve Miles, Head of PAHC

Welcome to HARTS.ONLINE the online home for the Postgraduate Arts and Humanities Centre! We envisage PAHC to be a community of practice: a home for...

Research Training Programme 2018-19

Full details of the Research Training Programme (RTP) 2018-19 can now be found on the 'Training' page via a digital version of the brochure...

About the Postgraduate Arts and Humanities Centre (PAHC), Faculty of Arts and Humanities

PAHC was formed in 2017 from the merger of the Manchester School of Art, Manchester Fashion Institute and the Faculty of Humanities, Languages and Social Science. It offers an integrated programme with a clear and distinctive academic and intellectual identity. Our rationale is built around re-imagining forms of knowledge creation through multidisciplinary, cross faculty approaches which play to the unique strengths of the university’s radical history of generating knowledge through praxis. As a modern university, we have a tradition of engaged research, often delivered through collaboration and reflected in an openness to partnerships inside and outside academia. Alongside traditional disciplinary-based approaches PAHC highlights applied, practice-based and inter and multidisciplinary methodologies and promotes projects with elements of social, cultural and public engagement.

PAHC provides research and skills training through our Researcher Development Programme (RDP) workshops and events. The RDP is a focus for our research community and aims to provide a foundation for the understanding of the wider culture and society.

PAHC is a vigorous research community of over 250 postgraduate and early career researchers in the Arts and Humanities with an agenda to do and act in the world in ways that are relevant to society and its cultures through academically rigorous and ethical research.

Latest Listings

From the latest Calls for Papers, conferences, events, news and opportunities aimed at postgraduates and staff in the Faculty of Arts and Humanities. Updated regularly, there are listings that cover everything from university events to international conferences.

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