Past events

Annual Lectures

Annual Lecture 2017 - Professor Michael Wood: 'The Anglo Saxons and the Making of England'

Date: 30 March 2017.

Annual Lecture 2016 - Professor Dame Marina Warner: 'Oracular Narrative: Timing and Truth Telling'

Date: 11 February 2016.

Conferences

The John Rylands Research Institute Conference 2017 - 'Archival Afterlives’

Date: 27-29 June 2017.

A conference exploring the wealth of the modern literary archives held at The University of Manchester Library with a focus on post-war poetry in English.

Guardian conference 2017 - 'Comment is free but facts are sacred': The Guardian in Local, National and Global History

Date: 6 April 2017.

John Rylands Research Institute Conference 2016 - 'The Other Within - The Hebrew and Jewish Collections of the John Rylands Library'

Date: 27-29 June 2016.

Going Digital with Humanities Research

Date: 27-28 January 2016.

Other events

JRRI Summer Conference 2020. Veiling the Body: Cloth, Skin, Membrane, Paper. Digital Conference 11-12th June 2020, 3pm-6pm UK Time (GMT +1)

11 - 12 June 2020

The word ‘veil’ most commonly connotes a piece of cloth worn on the body not primarily for warmt...

JRRI Summer Conference 2020. Veiling the Body: Cloth, Skin, Membrane, Paper. Digital Conference 11-12th June 2020, 3pm-6pm UK Time (GMT +1)

11 - 12 June 2020

The word ‘veil’ most commonly connotes a piece of cloth worn on the body not primarily for warmt...

The Little Magazine Symposium

10:00 - 17:00 06 March 2020

Little poetry magazines had a profound impact on literature in the late twentieth century as a condu...

Seminar: Fugitive Words: Deep Learning and the Deep Past in Australia

16:00 - 17:30 04 February 2020

Digital Humanities Seminar to be given by Dr Michael Falk, Lecturer in Eighteenth-Century Studies at...

Fugitive Words: Deep Learning and the Deep Past in Australia - Michael Falk, University of Kent

16:00 - 17:30 05 December 2019

Digital Humanities Seminar

Digital Humanities Research 'tea party'

16:00 - 17:30 11 December 2019

Digital Humanities research networking event

From Figures to Figurations. For a Cultural Critique of Tagging - Nicola Bozzi, Salford University

16:00 - 17:30 20 November 2019

Digital Humanities Seminar

Negotiating empire: women, economic practice and colonialism

10:30 - 17:00 23 November 2019

The thirtieth annual workshop of the Economic History Society Women’s Committee will take place at...

Manchester Centre for Correspondence Studies: 'Editing Letters'

13:30 - 16:30 27 November 2019

This seminar will explore issues involved in editing correspondence. Speakers include: Dr Mel Evans...

Spatial History: Mapping the Past/Literary GIS: Close Reading with Digital Maps - Digital Humanities Seminar

15:00 - 16:30 09 October 2019

Luca Scholz (Lecturer in Digital Humanities) and Jo Taylor (Presidential Academic Fellow in Digital...

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