Centre for Arts, Memory and Communities
The Centre for Arts, Memory and Communities welcomes you to their first major conference, bringing together international researchers to speak on topics related to the changing meanings of house and home. Find out more and register your place.
Researchers and practitioners across the higher education and creative sectors came together as part of an event organised by CAMC Professor Carolina Rito to discuss opportunities for developing new research methodologies to support the cultural sector. Read more.
CAMC's Molly Browne is the latest PGR in the spotlight and we shine a light on some of her successes during her PhD studies.
Academic midwife and CAMC researcher Dr Sally Pezaro is leading on research that aims to support the health and well-being of healthcare professionals who have turned to substance use. Read more.
CAMC Research Fellow Dr Victoria Leonard is at the forefront of the #WCCWiki project, which is working to increase the representation of influential female figures on Wikipedia. Read more.
Image credit: Wikimedia UK banner for 2021 Women's History Month, created by Katie Crampton (WMUK) - from Wikimedia Commons, featuring Dr Victoria Leonard (second left). The image has been resized.
Inaugural Lecture: Professor Juliet Simpson
Watch the inaugural lecture delivered by CAMC Research Director and Cultural Memory theme lead, Professor Juliet Simpson.
‘Potent Relics: Art and Memory Matters’
Inaugural Lecture: Professor Carolina Rito
Watch the inaugural lecture delivered by Critical Practices Theme lead and Professor of Creative Practice research, Carolina Rito.
‘A Case for the Curatorial. The Practice of Knowledge Production in the Arts.’
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