FASS in the News

Poetry mapping project extends deadline to chart Brexit emotions

Poetry mapping project extends deadline to chart Brexit emotions

17 September 2019

The project, led by poet Professor Paul Farley from English Literature and Creative Writing and Professor Andrew McRae from the University of Exeter, will document Britain right up until the country is due to leave the European Union on 31 October.

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FASS academic’s Happy Gothic book wins top award

FASS academic’s Happy Gothic book wins top award

21 August 2019

A book about the rise of Happy Gothic, written by Professor Catherine Spooner of FASS’s Department of English Literature and Creative Writing, has been recognised by an international award.

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Learning how to preserve traditional craft earns Becky a top prize

Learning how to preserve traditional craft earns Becky a top prize

13 August 2019

Third year Fine Art student Becky Bowman won the ‘Reflections of the Lord Mayor Design’ prize at the annual Stevens Architectural Glass competition, which attracts entrants from the UK and internationally.

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PPR academic seeks out new strategies for crisis control in Asia

PPR academic seeks out new strategies for crisis control in Asia

13 August 2019

Congratulations to Dr Andrew Chubb (PPR) who has been awarded a Postdoctoral Fellowship by the British Academy to pursue his research on the role of domestic public opinion during international crises in East Asia.

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Lancaster academic elected as Fellow of the British Academy

Lancaster academic elected as Fellow of the British Academy

22 July 2019

Professor Elizabeth Shove (Sociology) has been made a Fellow of The British Academy, the voice for the humanities and social sciences.

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New project seeks volunteers to help transcribe the Davy Notebooks

New project seeks volunteers to help transcribe the Davy Notebooks

22 July 2019

A project geared towards shedding new light on Sir Humphry Davy, a significant and famous figure in the scientific and literary culture of the early nineteenth century, has been launched by Lancaster University and the Royal Institution of Great Britain.

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