A forgotten 1913 play, Jane Clegg, which explores themes of female empowerment, gender politics and fraud will receive a new production from Tuesday 23 April at London’s Finborough Theatre in collaboration with Dr Andrew Maunder.
18 April 2019
A team of archaeologists and historians from MOLA and the University of Hertfordshire are calling on people who may have discovered 17th century ‘witch bottles’ during restoration work or know of examples curated at their places of work, to come forward.
18 April 2019
British myths, legends and magic are the subject of a new MA in Folklore Studies to be launched by the University of Hertfordshire this autumn, reawakening interest in the nation’s rich cultural heritage and customs.
16 April 2019
Khaled Hassan, BA (Hons) English Language & Communication with Journalism - 2007, has spent the past few months risking his life volunteering in natural disaster zones across Indonesia - delivering tents, food, bedding and medicine to desperate survivors of tsunamis, earthquakes, flash floods and landslides.
28 March 2019
To mark the bi-centenary of the publication of John Polidori’s gothic tale The Vampyre, academics from across the world are gathering at the Open Minds, Open Graves Symposium for the bicentenary of The Vampyre to celebrate how the novella founded the modern tradition of vampire fiction that continues to hold readers in thrall today.
26 March 2019
Final year BA(Hons) Mass Communications student Naomi Nwaokoru got more than she bargained for when she contacted the Office of the Vice Chancellor (OVC) at the University of Hertfordshire.
12 March 2019
On Wednesday 13 February we were delighted to welcome five alumni back on campus to take part in the 2019 Humanities Conference.
14 February 2019
Thursday 31 January saw the first ever ‘Class of 2018 reunion’ at the Kanaloa club in London.
5 February 2019