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    School of Advanced Study’s ‘Finding Mr Hart’

    School of Advanced Study’s ‘Finding Mr Hart’ By Dr Cynthia Johnston, Lecturer in the History of the Book and Communication at the Institute of English Studies, School of Advanced Study, University of London Cynthia Johnston from the School of Advanced Study, University of London, reflects on her event ‘Finding Mr Hart’. Cynthia explains how colleague Christopher Adams wrote a play […]
  • Being Human festival FAQs

    Being Human festival FAQs Welcome to our FAQs page. These questions cover most of the queries we receive about the festival and the application process. If you can’t find the answer to your query below, please email beinghuman@sas.ac.uk. Our FAQs are also available as a downloadable PDF document. How is the Being Human festival run? Being Human is run by […]
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    ‘Oh, you mean Big Daddy and Giant Haystacks!’

    ‘Oh, you mean Big Daddy and Giant Haystacks!’ By Dr Claire Warden, reader in Drama at De Montfort University How can we account for the dramatic resurgence in British professional wrestling? How does it relate to the nostalgic history of wrestling in this country? And, most importantly, how can we understand this professional wrestling history as both performance art and […]
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    All humans ‘are books of blood — wherever you open us, we’re red’ (Clive Barker)

    All humans ‘are books of blood — wherever you open us, we’re red’ (Clive Barker) By Dr Sam George, senior lecturer in English Literature In this post Dr Sam George discusses the ‘Books of Blood’ project which aims to change our perceptions, and fear, of blood. By exploring its representation in the past, this Being Human event questions how we […]
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    Looking for Archie: Cary Grant’s Bristol

    Looking for Archie: Cary Grant’s Bristol By Dr Charlotte Crofts, associate professor in Filmmaking, University of the West of England (UWE Bristol) Dr Charlotte Crofts walks us through Cary Grant’s Bristol in the lead up to her event ‘Looking for Archie’ which maps the Hollywood star’s life onto his hometown. Learn about Grant’s connection to the city and the places […]
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    Borderline – the UK’s first comedy about the Calais ‘Jungle’

    Borderline – the UK’s first comedy about the Calais ‘Jungle’ By Hari Reed, University of East Anglia In this post we find out about the Being Human event which humanises the experiences of those who lived in the Calais ‘Jungle’. This comedy performance, and the research behind it, shows a side to the ‘Jungle’ often left out of mainstream media […]