• Fast Track Impact, by Jean-Baptiste Masson and Lee Pretlove

    Jean-Baptiste Masson and Lee Pretlove share their perspectives on the WRoCAH-funded ‘Fast Track Impact’ training course, which took place earlier this year. Run by Professor Mark Reed, author of The Research Impact Handbook, the course aimed to show students how best to generate real-world impacts from their PhD research.

  • Eighteenth-Century Study Day, by Frances Long and Lilian Tabois

    Frances Long and Lilian Tabois write a joint post about their recent WRoCAH-funded event hosted at the Vale and Downland Museum in Wantage. They organised an eighteenth-century study day for sixth-form students of local schools and shared their research with a captivated and enthusiastic audience.

  • PhD Spotlight Competition 2019, by Anna Détári

    Earlier this year, Anna Détári was crowned the overall winner at York’s PhD Spotlight competition, in addition to winning best presentation in the Arts and Humanities. Here, she reflects on the competition and what it meant for her research. Congratulations, Anna!

  • Aedicule Fever in Northern France, by Niko Munz

    Niko Munz shares reflections on his research trip to Northern France, funded by the WRoCAH large award scheme. Niko’s research took him on a tour of the area’s aedicules – commemorative and ornamental structures which ranged from small shrines to gigantic cathedrals.

  • Appointment of the new Director of the White Rose College of the Arts & Humanities (WRoCAH)

    Professor Dawn Hadley (Professor of Medieval Archaeology and member of the Centre for Medieval Studies at the University of York) has been appointed as the next Director of WRoCAH and will take up the post from August 2019, taking over from Professor Julian Richards who has led the College since its inception in 2014.