Professor John Lippitt has taken up a visiting research fellowship in the USA as part of this Major Research Project.
17 October 2018
School of Humanities, and Adam J Barker, Lecturer, Human Geography, School of Life and Medical Sciences, have been appointed to the prestigious positions of Adjunct Research Professors with the School of Indigenous and Canadian Studies at Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada.
18 September 2018
To celebrate the centenary of some women being given the right to become members of Parliament (Qualification of Women Act), the University of Hertfordshire is taking part in a major international conference - A Century of Women MPs 1918 – 2018 from 5-7 September in London.
4 September 2018
The University of Hertfordshire is participating in one of the biggest exhibitions on the history of magic - the Inner Lives Spellbound exhibition at the Ashmolean Museum in Oxford.
21 August 2018
Does every age get the monster it deserves? The creature of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein was born 200 years ago and Dracula emerged from the crypt some fifty years later in the 1890s – but which is the better novel today?
20 August 2018
The University of Hertfordshire School of Humanities has partnered with actress and stand-up comedian Helen Lederer for a new literary award.
16 August 2018
A First World War play - But It Still Goes On - by poet and novelist Robert Graves, received its long-overdue world première on Tuesday 10 July, Finborough Theatre, London, produced by Dr Andrew Maunder, Head of English and Creative Writing at the University of Hertfordshire.
11 July 2018
University of Hertfordshire School of Humanities partners with local cinema to promote the film specialism in community.
27 June 2018
We were delighted to hold our first Alumni Event in Colombo, Sri Lanka, on Monday 25 June 2018.
26 June 2018
University of Hertfordshire History lecturer, Mr Adam Crymble, has been awarded a £17k grant to put on a 3-day writing workshop in Bogota, Colombia.
22 June 2018
The School of Humanities is proud to launch it’s inaugural Single Poem Prize as part of the University’s Poetry Hub.
22 June 2018
A new qualitative study, published in the journal Gender and Education and carried out by researchers at the Universities of Hertfordshire and Hildesheim, found that teacher gender has no effect on how male and female teachers employ discipline strategies used in primary school classrooms.
22 May 2018
As part of the new MA in Literature and Culture at the University of Hertfordshire, students can now learn about the significance and contexts of the internationally recognised movement, Black Lives Matter, in an exciting new module. This module is the first of its kind in the United Kingdom.
4 May 2018
‘The Urban Weird’ will take place at the University of Hertfordshire on the 6 and 7 April. The event will explore supernatural and magical cities and examine the significance of the ‘urban weird’ in all its various manifestations.
26 March 2018
Beyond the Battlefields presents a unique series of images made by photographer Käthe Buchler (1876-1930) in Germany before, during, and after World War One.
20 March 2018