Monthly Archives: April 2013

Gill Perry on Radio NZ

Prof Gill Perry, Professor of Art History, will be appearing on Saturday Morning on NZ Radio on Saturday 13 April between 8am and midday (local time). The other guests include award winning author Anita Desai and renown poet Mary Ruefle.
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Creative Writing tutor wins Fish Short Memoir Prize 2013

Maureen Boyle, tutor on Level 2 module ‘Creative Writing’, has won the Fish Publishing Short Memoir Writing Contest 2013 Continue reading

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The Place of Hell: Topographies, Structures, Genealogies

Conference: The Place of Hell – Topographies, Structures, Genealogies, 31st May-1st June 2013 at King’s College London and The Warburg Institute. The aim of this conference is to explore the place Hell occupied within society and art as well as the way Hell was envisaged as a physical place. This conference is part of the Leverhulme International Network Project ‘Damned in Hell in the Frescoes of Venetian-Dominated Crete’ (13th- 17th centuries) managed by Dr Angeliki Lymberopoulou (The Open University) and Prof. Vasiliki Tsamakda (The Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz). Continue reading

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