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Digital Musicology

We invite applications for a full scholarship (covering registration and accommodation) for a student attending the Digital Musicology workshop of the Digital Humanities @ Oxford Summer School.

16th June 2015

LSE Shout!

Can you get more out of your research? Learn the skills which help you communicate your research innovatively and effectively.

12th June 2015

Why IP Matters: Who owns the Arts and Sciences?

The network ‘New IP Lawyers’ is organising its first annual conference entitled ‘Why IP matters: who owns the Arts and Sciences?’ This inaugural event will be focusing on the role and impact of Intellectual Property Laws have had on the Arts and Sciences including their respective industries. The Conference will take place on June 22 and 23 2015 at the University of Exeter (Bateman Lecture Theatre).

12th June 2015


We are pleased to launch the first postgraduate journal of the Ironbridge Institute.

12th June 2015

MUSA's Second Graduate Conference

Abstracts are invited for MUSA's Second Graduate Conference to be held in central London on 9-10 October 2015, organised in collaboration with the Royal Asiatic Society.

10th June 2015

Screen Studies Group: The Political Screen

19 June 2015, 09:30 - 20 June 2015 17:00

Keynote Speakers: Anna McCarthy (NYU), S V Srinivas (Azim Premji University), Liesbet van Zoonen (Loughborough University)

9th June 2015

The Way We Live Now – The AHRC Anniversary Essay Competition

The AHRC have just opened an exciting opportunity for doctoral students studying within the arts and humanities: an essay competition linked to our nationwide debates series.

3rd June 2015

Collections in Use

6th July 2015 - Anatomy Lecture Theatre, King's College London

3rd June 2015

CfP - Democracy: Legacies and Transformations

Exegesis, a peer-reviewed interdisciplinary journal focused on new critical and creative work by PhD students and early career academics, aims to explore the past, present and future of democracy in its forthcoming issue titled ‘Democracy: Legacies and Transformations’ to be published in the Summer of 2015. Following a number of recent enquiries from authors, the deadline for submitting work for our forthcoming issue has been extended until 15th of June 2015.

1st June 2015

Post-doctoral Research Fellowship in Development and Media

Post-doctoral Research Fellowship as part of the Research project “New media practices in a changing Africa”, financed by the Norwegian Research Council.

29th May 2015

Music and Literature: Critical Polyphonies

This one-day interdisciplinary postgraduate conference seeks to explore the myriad ways in which literature and music interact to construct meaning.

29th May 2015

Call for Papers: (Un)Making the Nation

This one-day conference seeks to understand the (un)making of the modern concept of the nation by interrogating conventional narratives of its rise and fall.

29th May 2015

Beliefs Under Pressure: Religion, Community and Identity in the Early Modern World

This one-day conference will provide a lively and informal forum where graduate students and early career researchers can exchange and discuss ideas about the social and cultural history of religion and community, c. 1500-1800.

29th May 2015

CfP: Re-thinking Boundaries in the Study of Religion and Politics

A common approach to the study of religion and politics frames the inquiry using boundaries. Such boundaries include religion/secular, private/public, belief/practice and theism/atheism, to name just a few.

29th May 2015

Birmingham Journal Of Literature And Language VII (2015): Call For Book Reviews

The Birmingham Journal of Literature and Language (BJLL) is an interdisciplinary, peer-reviewed journal published annually, both electronically and in print.

28th May 2015

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