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Shakespeare and Education ‘Teaching Early Modern Drama’ - as featured in The British Shakespeare Association's Teaching Shakespeare magazine

Shakespeare and Education ‘Teaching Early Modern Drama’ - A one-day symposium held on Saturday 4th May 2019

The British Shakespeare Association's Teaching Shakespeare magazine, Issue 19 has just been published:

This is a takeover edition featuring highlights from the HRC symposium including Stephanie Tillotson interviewing Nora Williams (pp. 5-6) and an interesting range of contributions from the delegates who gave the keynote presentations, workshops and provocations.

 

Wed 17 Jun 2020, 11:40 | Tags: Publications Humanities Research Centre News

Winners of the Doctoral Fellowship Competition

Congratulations to the winners of the HRC Doctoral Fellowship Competition:

Arianna Autieri and Lucia Collischonn (SCAPVC) - 'Breaking Down The Walls of Babel: Dialogues in Translation'

Hannah Dennett and Liz Egan (History) - 'At Home in Empire: Colonial Experiences of Intimacy and Mobility'

Simona Di Martino (Italian) - 'The Remains of the Body: Legacy and Cultural Memory of Bodies in World Culture'

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HRC Annual Report - just published

Please read our annual report 2018/19 detailing all of our exciting research activities - HRC Annual Report 2018/19

Tue 09 Jul 2019, 08:37 | Tags: Publications Humanities Research Centre News

Publications with Routledge and Anthem Press

The HRC now has two book series showcasing the best current work in the faculty.

Warwick Series in the Humanities (with Routledge)

This series will publish the varied and multidisciplinary outcomes of the projects funded by the HRC.

We hope those receiving funding from the HRC (including doctoral fellowship conferences) will seriously consider publication in this series. In addition, the Series will accept proposals from the Faculty community in general, with the proviso that any such proposals are interdisciplinary.

Warwick Studies (with Anthem Press)

This is a new series that partners the HRC with Anthem Press, a small independent publisher offering a high quality list aimed at the academic community. Unlike the Warwick Series in the Humanities which is explicitly inter-disciplinary, the Warwick Studies will have more of a discipline-specific focus, and thus will be marketed as Warwick Studies in Literature, Warwick Studies in History etc.