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  • Under Her Eye Fellowship

    Martha Cattall Department of History of Art University of York     Over 4 days in April, a group of 15 female PhD researchers and artists came together for the ‘Under Her Eye’ Fellowship, in the coastal town of Scarborough. Under Her Eye: Women and Climate Change  (to use the full title) is an upcoming…

  • 100 years of Kenyan Photographic History

    Josh Doble undertood a fascinating project with the Woodley Collection in in Kenya looking through, cataloguing and digitizing this huge collection of photographs from three generations of the Woodley family in Kenya.

  • The Poetic Footsteps of Charlotte Smith

    The Poetic Footsteps of Charlotte Smith: Val Derbyshire from the 2015 WRoCAH cohort reflects on a recent research trip to seek out new insight into the life of the poet and novelist, Charlotte Smith.

  • Swimming in a media sea

    “SWIMMING IN A MEDIA SEA”: WRoCAH student, Lucy Cheseldine, reflects on the challenges of talking about academic research to non-academic audiences through podcasting.

  • Unlocking York Minster: Go On Without Me

    Unlocking York Minster: Go On Without Me – In the fourth and final blog post of the series about her work with York Minster, Kirsty Surgey reports on the performance she created for the York Residents’ Festival.