"events" blog posts
Cultural Heritage, Digital Archiving and Virtual Experiences: the work of ArCHIAM in Oman and India
Dr Giamila Quattrone, Lecturer in Architecture and ArCHIAM Centre Co-Director, shares exciting updates on how the latest in digital and photogrammetry technology is bringing two projects, one in Oman and one in India, to life for researchers and the public, no matter where they are.
Posted on: 3 November 2023
The University of Liverpool's Grand Celebration of Liverpool’s Mosaic Cultural Heritage
On Tuesday, 25th July 2023, the illustrious Leggate Theatre at the Victoria Gallery and Museum resonated with the melodies and tales of Liverpool's vibrant cultural tapestry. An extraordinary gathering took place, highlighting the interactions and synergies between the diverse communities of Merseyside. This cross-cultural infusion has spurred the birth of novel and exhilarating cultural practices in the region.
Posted on: 25 October 2023
Come along to our Impact Surgeries
Following the success of the first Impact Surgery in December, Impact Fellows Peta Bulmer and Jacky Waldock will be running two further sessions for colleagues keen to learn more about identifying, creating and recording research impact.
Posted on: 11 January 2023
'Scale 1:43. Toys, History and Material Culture' exhibition opens in Argentina
Jordana Blejmar and Erika Teichert share exciting news from Argentina about the opening of an exhibition as part of their AHRC-funded project 'Cold War Toys: Material Cultures of Childhood in Argentina'.
Posted on: 1 September 2022
Paul Boniface, Secretary of the National Trust, Delivers the 2021 Heritage Keynote Lecture
Paul Boniface, Secretary of the National Trust, joined us at the University of Liverpool on 27 January 2021 to deliver the Heritage Research Theme's keynote lecture. If you were unable to join us on the day, you can watch the talk and the subsequent Q&A session here.
Posted on: 28 January 2021
Management School Hosts Successful Online International RUC-APS Workshop
The International RUC-APS Workshop, “Enhancing and Implementing Knowledge Based ICT Solutions within High Risk and Uncertain Conditions for Agriculture Production Systems”, was held online from 12th -29th May 2020, coordinated by Dr Jorge Hernández as part of the RUC-APS Project.
Posted on: 1 July 2020
Congratulations To Our LTSE Awards Winners
We're pleased to announce the winners of the 2020 Learning, Teaching & Student Experience Awards. Congratulations to all our winners!
Posted on: 20 May 2020
Our Picks for Making an Impact 2020
We’ve picked out just a few of the events taking place as part of the exciting Making an Impact 2020 programme that we think can’t be missed.
Posted on: 12 May 2020
International RUC-APS Workshop Online For 2020
It is our pleasure to invite you to participate in the International RUC-APS Workshop “Enhancing and Implementing Knowledge Based ICT Solutions within High Risk and Uncertain Conditions for Agriculture Production Systems”, sponsored by the European International H2020 Research Program as part of the RUC-APS project. The workshop will be held online as a series of interactive seminars and presentations from May 12th to May 29th 2020.
Posted on: 28 April 2020
Free Workshop: 'What Do You Do With Your Research Data?'
Liverpool Research Data, the University of Liverpool Library’s research data management (RDM) service invites colleagues to this free workshop, 'What Do You Do With Your Research Data?' on 27th January from 11am to 1pm
Posted on: 7 January 2020
University of Liverpool Staff Attend the University Alliance Silk Road Heritage Round Table Forum in China
The University of Liverpool was delighted to participate in the Second University Alliance of the Silk Road Heritage Round Table Forum (September 16-19, 2019), hosted by Xi'an Jiaotong University, China.
Posted on: 20 September 2019
University of Liverpool Hosts RUC-APS Workshop
On August 28th, 2019, an International Workshop took place in the University of Liverpool Management School, involving participant. from the H2020 RUC-APS project.
Posted on: 20 September 2019
Dot-Art Schools and The University of Liverpool: Get Involved
dot-art Schools is an interactive, online, inter-school art competition, taking part on an annual basis and culminating in an exhibition of the winning works. dot-art are looking for researchers and academics to collaborate in the competition and engage with schools in the region.
Posted on: 9 September 2019
Archaeology, Classics & Egyptology Take Part In The Festival of Archaeology 2019
This July ACE will be taking part in the annual Festival of Archaeology coordinated by the Council for British Archaeology. The aim of the national festival is to showcase the best of British archaeology, which represents a great opportunity for the public to get engaged with archaeological projects taking place in the Department. A range of events will be taking place between the 13th and 28th July, to share some of our exciting research, with a wider audience.
Posted on: 25 June 2019
University of Liverpool Hosts Delegation from the University of Mosul
On 18 & 19 June 2019, the University of Liverpool was honoured to welcome a delegation from the University of Mosul in Iraq.
Posted on: 20 June 2019
Opportunity to Contribute to Alder Hey Public Engagement Project
Could you contribute a pop-up workshop or exhibition to be held in the atrium of Alder Hey Children's Hospital?
Posted on: 8 February 2019
Supporting Research Through Mentoring
If you are interested in supporting a colleague to enhance their research through mentoring, we are looking for volunteers to use their expertise and experience to help others to explore their professional goals, help them make plans to work towards their goals and encourage individual action.
Posted on: 19 December 2018
Digital Humanities & Social Sciences Network Introductory Meeting
The University of Liverpool’s Digital Humanities & Social Sciences Research Network brings together multidisciplinary researchers from across the Faculty that are interested in digital tools and technologies and their uses, applications and social impacts.
Posted on: 14 November 2018
University of Liverpool Welcomes Heritage Researchers from Around the World
This week (3-4 September 2018), the Faculty of Humanities & Social Sciences welcomed academics from China, Kazakhstan, Australia and the USA to the University for a programme of presentations and activities on the theme of ‘Heritage: curating the past for the future.’
Posted on: 6 September 2018
Meet the Winners of the Faculty of Humanities & Social Sciences PGR Showcase 2018
On the 13th June 2018 the Faculty held a Postgraduate Research Showcase, highlighting the range of research being undertaken by PhD students from across the Schools.
Posted on: 13 June 2018
Institute of Irish Studies Launches Event Competition
The University of Liverpool’s Institute of Irish Studies has launched a new competition, inviting its PhD candidates to plan and host a public engagement / knowledge exchange / research event, to be held in the next academic year, with two prizes of £3,000 each.
Posted on: 5 June 2018
PhD Student Shines Bright on Light Night
Creative Writing PhD student (also Law graduate of Liverpool University), Pauline Rowe, recipient of a university public engagement award in 2017 performed at Open Eye Gallery on Light Night, 18th May, as part of an exhibition of new work developed with photographer AJ Wilkinson. This collaboration was enabled by Open Eye Gallery and the University of Liverpool.
Posted on: 29 May 2018
Illustrating Futures 2018 at Tate Liverpool
Congratulations to Dr David Hering, Lecturer in English, on his successful proposal for the ‘Illustrating Futures 2018’ project, which will take place at Tate Liverpool in October 2018.
Posted on: 16 May 2018
What do your eyebrows say about you? Brews & Brows investigates
We pluck them, thread them, shave them and sometimes even raise them quizzically. Your eyebrows and how your groom them are shaped by many stories, attitudes, and changing tastes. These stories are what Researchers at the University of Liverpool, Liverpool John Moores University (LJMU), Edge Hill University and Manchester Metropolitan University (MMU) aimed to investigate at their Brews & Brows event at FACT in Liverpool in April.
Posted on: 10 May 2018
Career Challenges in the Medical Humanities
This seminar, run by Jane Macnaughton, Professor of Medical Humanities at Durham University and Director of the University’s Centre for Medical Humanities (CMH), will look at the challenges and opportunities of working in the medical humanities for PGRs and ECRs.
Posted on: 8 May 2018
Help Eighteenth-Century Worlds Celebrate Their Tenth Anniversary
Eighteenth-Century Worlds is celebrating its tenth anniversary and invites you to come along for afternoon tea on 16 May and to get involved in their fascinating work.
Posted on: 24 April 2018
Public Lecture: Documentation as historical witnesses: From landscapes of violence to landscapes of memory.
Savina Sirik will discuss her experiences documenting the Khmer Rouge history and reflect on the role Documentation Centre Cambodia’s work has played in constructing narratives of this period and how it contributes to the production of memory in post-genocide Cambodia.
Posted on: 16 April 2018
The Pint of Science festival returns to Liverpool
The Pint of Science festival returns to Liverpool from 14-16 May and tickets are on sale now, so come and discover some amazing science in the pub!
Posted on: 11 April 2018
NHS Archives on Merseyside
Networking Lunch Tuesday 10 April, 12.00-2.00pm The School of the Arts Library, University of Liverpool, 19 Abercromby Square, L69 7ZG.
Posted on: 3 April 2018
Exploring collaborations between the University of Liverpool and Liverpool Everyman and Playhouse
Colleagues are invited to a workshop and networking event on 23 March to explore opportunities for deeper collaborations between the University of Liverpool and the Liverpool Everyman and Playhouse Theatres.
Posted on: 9 March 2018
Convicts – An exhibition of photographs at the Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral
Come face to face with convicted criminals from the 19th century, learn their stories and see how they were just like us in this fascinating exhibition of photographs and digital artworks, on display from 5-12 March 2018.
Posted on: 12 February 2018
University of Liverpool Meroë Head of Augustus Symposium
The University of Liverpool’s Victoria Gallery and Museum will play host to the spectacular Meroë Head of Augustus from March 2018, as well as a symposium to bring the object and its era to life.
Posted on: 5 February 2018
TIDE Project’s Call for Papers for July Conference: ‘On Belonging: English Conceptions of Migration and Transculturality, 1550 – 1700’
This year, TIDE will be hosting their conference, ‘On Belonging: English Conceptions of Migration and Transculturality, 1550 – 1700’, at the University of Liverpool’s London Campus on 26-28 July.
Posted on: 5 February 2018
Health Services Research Seminar: Priority setting in relation to end of life & cancer drugs
We are pleased to announce the first in the 2018/2019 Health Services Research Seminar Series: ‘What should we do when people disagree? Priority setting in relation to end of life and cancer drugs' presented by Prof Rachel Baker, Glasgow Caledonian University.
Posted on: 18 January 2018
Public Lecture: An Emotional History of Atheism in Early Modern England with Professor Alec Ryrie
Monday 5th February 2018 5-7pm Lesley Hernshaw Theatre, Eleanor Rathbone Building
Posted on: 10 January 2018
University of Liverpool Institutional Heritage Theme Networking Lunch
The institutional Heritage Theme team is holding a networking lunch on Tuesday 6 February 2018, 12.15-2.00pm in the School of the Arts Library, 19 Abercromby Square.
Posted on: 2 January 2018