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What’s it like being a researcher at HARTS? Read what our post-graduate students have to say about their research, activities, achievements and ideas that matter to them. Our students are a varied bunch that come from a variety of backgrounds and disciplines encompassing theoretical, empirical and practice-based enquiry. Stories is a place where disciplinary boundaries can be crossed and research ideas can be shared across the faculty, fostering knowledge exchange between researchers.

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When Words Falter – Sara Davies

Sara Davies has recently published an essay about her art practice in Open Arts Journal Issue 7, Summer 2019. The essay is titled When Words Falter and is exploring her artistic process during the early stages of her PhD. It is investigating the idea of diasporic touch, a reiterated gesture in her practice which expresses her Anglo-Swedish dual heritage.

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http://news.harts.online is looking for articles that offer dynamic yet critical reflections on the postgraduate academic development journey within PAHC. Follow...

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...

Keith W Roberts: Intermissions: The Commercial Portraits of Edward Chambré-Hardman

An exhibition at Liverpool Central Library, Hornby Rooms, 15 December 2015 – 29 January 2016 Edward Chambré-Hardman (1898-1988) was a Liverpool photographer, best known for...

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