English & Comparative Literary Studies News Read more from English & Comparative Literary Studies News
Term 3 events and speakers cancelled - further updates on events moved online forthcoming here
All term 3 events and speakers have been cancelled in line with Government advice. We will try and move some of these events online. A version of the Postgraduate Symposium is one such event, and more information about this virtual event will be posted here when we have further updates. Events that do not move online will be rescheduled at a later date.
Micheal Pigott to be interviewed for the Arts and Place NOW series of online conversations
Michael Pigott will be interviewed, along with Carolyn Deby, as part of the Arts and Place NOW series of online conversations on Tuesday 30th June at 16:00. Michael and Carolyn will be talking about their work within the Sensing the City research project. For more information, and to book free tickets, follow this link: https://artsandplace.org/activities/arts-and-place-now/
Global History and Culture Centre blog on pandemics
Dr Guido van Meersbergen has published a GHCC blog on pandemics at: https://warwick.ac.uk/fac/arts/history/ghcc/blog/
One piece features Amy Evans, our GHCC secretary at: https://warwick.ac.uk/fac/arts/history/ghcc/blog/amy_and_the .
Roscoe Tours: Former student presents online tours.
We're all stuck indoors at the moment, what better way to escape than a guided tour of works from the uffizi? One of our former students Jasper Roscoe has been making short videos about art, Including clips on the Mona Lisa, Michelangelo, Mogdiliani, and more.
Warwick University Drama Society gain press coverage in their efforts to support the industry through the current pandemic
Cultural and Media Policy Studies News and Events Read more from Cultural and Media Policy Studies News and Events
Staff and students are welcome to join us for a morning of research and discussion about the current pre-occupations of Centre staff including the working-class audience for theatre, artists and human rights, precarious work in the West End and Broadway, statues of comedians and environmental sustainability in media production.
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.
Faculty of Arts at Home 9 - Health, Wellbeing and the Arts: How can a board game raise awareness of homelessness?
In this film, Professor Nadine Holdsworth (Theatre and Performance Studies) talks about her work on the ‘Homeless Monopoly’ project, a game which has been developed by Nadine, Jackie Calderwood and partners to facilitate better understanding of homelessness (and its causes) in young people. This film gives us insight into what can be achieved through partnership working (both with the charities that support the homeless, and with the homeless citizens of Coventry themselves).