Dr Rebecca Janicker, Course Leader in the School of Media and Performing Arts at the University of Portsmouth, has had a scholarly article published in the academic publication Journal of the Fantastic in the Arts.
Spatial Reconfigurations of Work in Cities, a two-day Seminar at the University of Portsmouth, UK, will be on 20/21 April 2017, funded by the Urban Studies Foundation in series entitled ‘Reconceptualising Urban Landscapes of Work’.
Laurel Forster’s work on Gender and War, “Women and War Zones” has been translated into Ukrainian and re-published by Izolyatsia, a Ukrainian Platform for Cultural Initiatives.
Dr Lincoln Geraghty, of the School of Media and Performing Arts at the University of Portsmouth, has published a chapter in A Companion to Steven Spielberg.
With a strong literary history including Charles Dickens, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and HG Wells, Portsmouth is a wondrous place for fiction. Portsmouth BookFest continues the exciting creative writing tradition, hosting exciting events across the city featuring popular and accessible authors.
Tom Sykes, Creative Writing lecturer at the University of Portsmouth, has published a chapter in A Global History of Literature and the Environment.
Dr. Simone Gumtau was invited to present her design work for the IConiC project at 2016’s Council for Higher Education in Art & Design (CHEAD) membership meeting.
Portsmouth, to a creative writing student, has a rich and entrancing history. As the birthplace of Charles Dickens, and home to famous literary figures such as Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Rudyard Kipling and H.G. Wells, this city remains the perfect choice for prospective students. With a strong and dazzling writing heritage, follow the footsteps of past writers around the city and discover both their influences and inspiration on your journey.
The 2016 annual Cine-Excess International Film Conference and Festival, this year entitled Cult Genres, Traditions and Bodies: A Decade of Excess, was hosted by Birmingham University this month and took place from November 10-12th.