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Category: School of Humanities at the University of Gloucestershire

Alchemy: A Creative Experiment is at the Wilson Gallery, Cheltenham, TONIGHT

Sound and words bridge Shakespeare’s world with our own. A stand-up comedian suffers an existential experience. Pictures are installed and some may move. A film called The Battle of Five Spices is shown. It can only be Alchemy: […]

  Alchemy at UoGlos 8 June 2016  

Come and meet us at our Open Day on Saturday 3 October

Are you thinking of studying with us? Come and meet us this Saturday at our Open Day at Francis Close Hall and find out more about the English Literature BA Hons course, the School of Humanities, the staff […]

  Open Days at UGlos 1 October 2015  

Edward Thomas and Gloucestershire: Heather Cobby MA reports on the May Hill celebrations

The School of Humanities has been celebrating its long-standing connections with the Dymock Poets. The University  Special Collections and Archives houses the Gloucestershire Poets, Writers and Artists Collection, and in June the School joined forces with the Edward Thomas […]

  Dymock Poets 15 June 2015  

We salute our undergraduate research students

On Monday 8 June, a group of very bright students helped to put undergraduate research under the spotlight at the Humanities Student Research Conference. This event was part of the University of Gloucestershire’s annual Celebration of Research and […]

  Humanities Student Research Conference at the University of Gloucestershire 11 June 2015  

Humanities Student Research Conference

We’re excited to announce that the Humanities Student Research Conference takes place next Monday 8 July, at Park TC013, from 11:00- 3:00. Students who have pursued research on Humanities modules and beyond will present their findings to a […]

  Humanities Student Research Conference at the University of Gloucestershire 2 June 2015  

Announcing the Humanities Student Research Conference, 8 June 2015: Call for Contributions

Monday 8 June 2015, 11:00 – 3:00 Park Campus TC013 Call for Presentations/Contributions Humanities undergraduates on HM5000 are invited to be a part of this special conference celebrating University research. We’re looking for some students to present their […]

  Humanities Student Research Conference; Festival Fortnight @ UGlos 18 May 2015  

Acclaimed nature writer, broadcaster Tim Dee to speak at the University of Gloucestershire

The School of Humanities is proud to host Tim Dee, the acclaimed nature writer, naturalist, BBC radio producer and broadcaster, at our latest Humanities Public Lecture on Thursday 19 February. Tim Dee works at the intersection between language and […]

  Humanities Applicant Day at the University of Gloucestershire 14 February 2015  

Take a trip around the fabulous Everyman Theatre next Wednesday!

    During Activity Week, on October 8 we are going to have a guided tour around the fabulous Everyman Theatre in Cheltenham. For an hour, you’ll have a VIP view behind the scenes of one of the […]

  Everyman Theatre Cheltenham 29 September 2014  

University Induction Week begins on Monday

Freshers are already beginning to arrive at the University. On Monday morning we meet our new students, our colleagues in learning. It is an exciting and anxious time all round. Will students feel at home? Will our lectures […]

  English Literature at the University of Gloucestershire 12 September 2014  

Growing Humanities: Professor Shelley Saguaro’s Inaugural Lecture

 Dr Martin Randall reports on Professor Shelley Saguaro’s Inaugural Lecture:  Professor Shelley Saguaro’s Inaugural Lecture was hugely successful in bridging the gap between the personal and the scholarly. Indeed, her memories of her academic life were also […]

  English Literature at the University of Gloucestershire 3 June 2014