Q&A with Svenja Adolphs, GRT Lead for Cultures and Communication

This is the fourth of our monthly Q&As with our five Global Research Theme (GRT) leads, for you to find out about who they are, their research and what it means to lead one of the University’s five GRTs. Read previous Q&As from Professor Georgina Endfield, GRT lead for Sustainable Societies, Professor Neil Champness, GRT …

The student experience of Roche Continents 2015

Neil Thomas Smith is second-year PhD student in the Department of Music supervised by Professor Robert Adlington. His research focuses on German contemporary composer, Mathias Spahlinger. Roche Continents takes place in the context of the Salzburg Festival of classical music with over 100 students from 36 countries brought together for a programme of lectures, workshops …

Medieval insight – the postgrad perspective

Some more postgrad love from the Research Exchange blog today… Tomorrow sees the fourth annual Institute for Medieval Research (IMR) postgraduate conference hosted by the University. This has quickly become an event of note in the medievalist calendar, and the programme at this year’s conference won’t disappoint. ‘Rethinking Medieval Methodologies:  21st Century Approaches to Understanding the …