23 results for university of kent

  • University of Kent’s ‘Sensing the past: from smell to sound’

    University of Kent’s ‘Sensing the past: from smell to sound’ What did the past taste, smell and sound like? To truly understand historical civilisations and the world, we must get closer to the things we cannot dig up. We asked Paula Lock, PhD student at the University of Kent, to reflect on the success of her Being Human 2016 activity […]
  • University of Kent’s ‘Sensing the past: from smell to sound’

    University of Kent’s ‘Sensing the past: from smell to sound’ We asked Paula Lock, PhD student at the University of Kent, to reflect on the success of her Being Human activity ‘Sensing the past: from smell to sound’. The event took place in Canterbury on Thursday 24 November, and was produced in partnership with the Canterbury Museums and Galleries. Tell […]
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    Canterbury Christ Church University’s ‘Canterbury Tales’ series

    Canterbury Christ Church University’s ‘Canterbury Tales’ series By Professor Carolyn Oulton, professor of Victorian Literature at Canterbury Christ Church University Carolyn Oulton, from Canterbury Christ Church University, reflects on her series of events ‘Canterbury Tales’. Carolyn gets to the heart of the Being Human ethos by explaining how her team went about attracting a diverse audience for their events. There are also […]
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    Being Human 2018 Across the Globe

    Being Human 2018 Across The Globe By Dr Michael Eades, Being Human festival curator As we ramp up to the 2018 Being Human festival across the UK, we are delighted to announce this series of fantastic collaborations taking place right across the globe. The humanities are international, and so too is the Being Human festival! In 2017 the Being Human […]
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    Music and Migration

    This workshop will explore the origins of some of the music we hear today by looking at the journey music makes with its people when they migrate. Working with Syrian darbuka virtuoso Rami Merhi and songwriter and musician Anna Neale from the University of Kent, ‘Music and Migration’ will aim to recreate this journey exploring different Arabic and Western rhythms, […]