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Exploring the History of Black Women’s Mental Health Organising in Britain from the 1970s – Present Day
'Ulster Television in the 1960s: the unknown history'
An Analysis of Muhammad Marmaduke Pickthall’s Intellectual Thought in India; Exploring its Development and Contemporary Significance
The Postatomic Ear: A practice-based study of sound and atmospheric effects in the Nuclear Age.
On Our Own Behalf: Theory, Strategy, and Practice within the Disabled People’s Movement in Britain
The Walkers: Psychogeographical Contours of the Smart City
New Ears for A New Noise. Interrogating Smart City Noise Pollution Through Sound Art.
Care & Context: a creative approach to politicising mental health
Changing Places: Evaluating the socio-cultural impact and experiential change of the new Museum of London in Smithfield
Belonging in the City: Poetics of Place as Acts of Resistance Against Hyper-Commodification
Ways of Knowing: Multimodality in Violin Practice
Sugar and Femininity in Early Modern Drama
Re/materialising the imaginary artefact: exploring the role of digitisation, visualisation and materialisation in object-based art practice.
Memorialisation and Posthumous Curation: The Displacing of the Victorian Voice, Corpse and Corpus in an Evolving Heritage Sector
The somatic and precarity: moral theory as critique.
Fragmentation and Reprise: Traumatic Disruption and Compulsion in the Holocaust Works of Charlotte Delbo
Becoming-with-Animal: Ecofeminist Performance Practice in Contemporary Art
Politicising Public Engagement through Critical Design
Psychogeography and Contemporary Californian Literature in the Anthropocene
The ‘Golden Chain’? - Tradition as a Philosophical Problem
The 'Lost' Museum: The rise and fall of the British Empire in objects.
Unravelling Text: Reading as a Polyphonic Practice
Queer as Friends: rewriting the platonic-romantic relationship binary between women
All Women in Greek Myth: Finding Inclusive Feminist Theoretical Frameworks for Greek Mythology in Reception and Popular Culture
The Vocabulary of Touch: Encountering Otherness through Contact Improvisation
Poetry, Race and Art
Cold Love: Can screened depictions of love between humans and robots legitimately contribute to debates regarding socio-ethical implications of HRI
The making of a global arboretum: the case of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew
Water-Bodied Poetics and Kinetic Translation
Choreography as Curation as Hosting: Relational complexities and modes of production in an expanded field of practice
Carousel of Consumption: design and meaning of retail spaces as platforms for value co-creation in circular fashion systems
The System and Its Progeny: Stirner’s Insurrectionary Hegelianism and the Affirmation of Creative Individuality
Queer Theory’s Green and Grey: thinking queer absence through the nonsexual rural.
Double Wound: Writing (Nepali) Women, Sexual Violence and Trauma
Blithe Spirits: Absent British Women Couturiers – The Rahvis Sisters (1928 – 1981)
The Role of Keats House in the Twenty-First Century Reception and Reputation of John Keats
SOUNDING OUT IDENTITIES OF THE ARTIFICIAL VOICE
Microhistories of the Holocaust and the Use of Family History: The Families Ganz / Brenzinger, c1871 - 1945
Fashion at Speed: Spectacular Histories of Fashion, Flying and Motorsport From the Twentieth Century Collections of Brooklands Museum 1907-1939.
Re-storying the city: applying urban perspectives to eco-storytelling
Thinking Affectedly: The Question of Touch in Adorno’s Philosophy
Remaking the World: Uses of the Imagination in the Cultural Production of Resistant Movements
‘The Little Cottage in the Woods’: the Symbolism of the Country Cottage in the ‘Golden Age’ of Children’s Literature
How do exhibitions of colonialism in museums mediate historical trauma?
Re-framing the ‘Third Generation’ of the Pre-Raphaelite Sisterhood: Gendered Revival of Early Pre-Raphaelitism in 1880-1920
Archiving the Disaster: Preservation, Separation and Encounter
Documenta 11: Art's Global Entanglement
Medieval Memory and Legacy in the Cultural Politics of Tudor England
Seeing the Funny Side: Slapstick, Visuality, and Victorian Literary Form
Inequality in Restoration England: Status, Occupation and Wealth in the Town and Countryside
Lolita: Fashioning Identity, Liberal Selves and the City
A Design History of Technological Responses to Food Sustainability Challenges in the UK since 1970
Dispossessing Bodies: Resisting the Violence of Property
Script-writing as Art Practice; The Unmade Film ‘St Paul’ by Pier Paolo Pasolini as the Heart of a New Trilogy.
Reasonable men might have acted likewise: a practice-based investigation of the Strangeways Prison protest
Vibrational kinship: Resonances of moving, sounding and listening bodies
'In Limbo': staging the gap between personal and public narratives of home of Georgian Internally Displaced People
The Violence of Vision: Wild Plakken and the Crisis of Dutch Political Identity, 1977–1996
Collective Space: Feminist Film and Video Collaborations, Collectives and Organisations, 1970-1986 and their contemporary relevance.
Rhythm Divisions: An exploration of methods for collecting and curating British Youth Culture Heritage: music, archive, memories (1950 - 2020)