2019 Exeter PGRHUMS Conference
The Humanities Postgraduate Research Conference at the University of Exeter offers a unique opportunity to bring students across the College's disciplines into discussions about their research. Organised by students for students, this two-day event offers a platform for the University of Exeter postgraduates to present current work in an academically diverse and rigorous environment.
Our participants will present on a variety of topics that will address the theme of memory as this year's conference will be centred on the theme of 'Reimagining the past, inventing the future'. Topics include, but are not limited to:
-(re) writing historical fiction;
- fantasy fictions as fabricated mythology;
-challenging past conceptions of gender, sexuality and race;
-propaganda and censoring cultural memory;
-commemorating the past;
-representation of the future and future technologies.
This conference will take place over two days (April 1st and April 2nd) at the Queen's Building on Streatham Campus, University of Exeter.
Coffee and snacks will be provided on both days, as well as lunch. Should you have any dietary requirements, please inform Issy Sawkins (aXMzNTQgfCBleGV0ZXIgISBhYyAhIHVr) well in advance of the event.