21 May 2013
Adriana Lisboa, one of Latin America's most important young writers, comes to Bristol on Thursday 23rd May as part of an event 'Perspectives on Brazilian Culture' hosted by the University of Bristol.
21 May 2013
Remembering Exhibitions, an exhibition curated by students from the University of Bristol's MA in History of Art: Histories and Interpretations opens at the Royal West of England Academy this week.
17 May 2013
The University of Bristol's annual archaeological excavations at Berkeley Castle continue this week. For the first time in the dig's nine year history, regular updates of the archaeology students' progress will be posted on Twitter, Facebook, the Bristol Dig Berkeley blog and other social media.
13 May 2013
Dr Catherine O'Rawe in the Department of Italian, with colleagues at Exeter and Oxford Brookes universities, has been awarded a grant from the Arts and Humanities Research Council for a study of Italian Cinema audiences in the 1940s and 1950s.
9 May 2013
The University of Bristol announced the award of two University Teaching Fellowships to academics in the Schools of Social and Community Medicine and Modern Languages. The awards, which mark exceptional practice in teaching, were awarded to Dr Trevor Thompson in the School of Social and Community Medicine and Miss Gloria Visintini in the School of Modern Languages.
9 May 2013
A group of Bristol experts on Dante will be speed-reading Dan Brown's eagerly anticipated new novel Inferno, inspired by the Italian poet's masterwork of the same name, ahead of a round table discussion at the University of Bristol this Tuesday [14 May], the day the book is published by Transworld. The event, Dante and Dan Brown, takes place in the Old Council Chamber, Wills Memorial Building from 6pm. All are welcome but booking is required.
7 May 2013
The remarkable journey from reading literature in prison to studying for a degree at the University of Bristol has earned Damien Moran an adult learner award. The 41-year-old, who is studying part-time for the BA in English Literature and Community Engagement, will receive a South West Regional Individual Learner Award as part of Adult Learners’ Week from 18 to 24 May 2013.
3 May 2013
Ghostly tales, dinosaur bones and rare books are just some of the fascinating treasures from the vaults of the University of Bristol which will be shown to the public as part of the Museums at Night initiative – an annual late night festival of art, culture and heritage.
27 March 2013
The first anthology to specifically explore the relationships between transnational feminism and women's art practices across a range of contemporary media, co-edited by Dr Dorothy Rowe in the Department of History of Art, is published this month.
21 March 2013
An exhibition of historical photographs of China, brought together by a University of Bristol project, was opened at the JW Marriott in Beijing today by the British Ambassador to China, Sebastian Wood CMG.