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Appreciating Her-story in history

Writing for the Humanities Research Institute, undergraduate student Molly Taylor reflects on Women's History Month and how women's achievements are recorded, or not, in history.

Holocaust Memorial Day

Tiana Stewart discovers how Holocaust Memorial Day was observed at Newcastle University.

Humanities Pioneers produce a bumper crop of research projects

The Humanities Research Institute was delighted to be able to fund all five applications to the first round of this years Pioneer Awards scheme.

Interconnections Symposium: Building a new relationship between Humanities and the cultural sector

The Humanities and Creative Arts Practice Research Institutes co-hosted ‘Interconnections’, a post-pandemic event that looked into challenges and possibilities between higher education and the cultural sector.

Black History Month: Reflecting and Reacting

Writing for the Humanities Research Institute, postgraduate student Tiana Stewart reflects on Black History Month at Newcastle University in 2021.

Interprofessional collaboration to enhance interaction in interpreter-mediated psychological therapy

In psychological therapies involving speakers with limited English proficiency, interpreters play a critical role in facilitating communication between therapists and therapy service users. To promote better understanding and build up trust between two professionals through interprofessional collaboration, Dr Jade Biyu Du from the School of Modern Languages organised an event on 8 July 2022.

Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences