The School of Humanities Postgraduate Conference is held annually.
11th May 2017
This year the conference is themed around 'Deja Vu: Recall, Reiteration, Resistance' .
12th-13th May 2016
The 2016 conference theme aimed to explore the concept of 'Rebirth' in both academic and creative terms.
Lost in Translation?
Weds 13th May 2015
The 2015 conference theme aimed to explore applications of the notion of ‘Translation’ in both academic and/or creative terms.
Thurs 15th May 2014
This event explored the diverse applications of the notion of ‘Border Crossings’ in both academic and creative terms. ‘Border Crossings’ - research approaches or practical methodologies. Traditional academic papers were combined with a drama performance and an exhibition.
The Lost Subject
Thurs 14th May 2013
The conference aimed to discuss the diverse applications and conceptions of the term ‘The Lost Subject’, in both academic and creative terms. The ‘Lost Subject’ is arguably why one’s research or practice is original or involves lost material, yet this conference also welcomed discussion of material that is ‘lost’ in the process of shaping one’s work and might lead to other avenues of enquiry or practice.
For full details, please visit the Conference website.
Points in Discovery
Sat 5th May 2012
The inaugural conference asked postgraduate students to discuss their own "Points in Discovery".