1. Professor Annika Bautz (Head of School of Society and Culture), presents her research into Jane Austen and 19th century reading culture at Plymouth’s ‘Festival of Words’.
2. Lecturer in Music, Dr Nuria Bonet, researches Catalan folk instruments from an organological perspective, and prepares for a gig with students at The House, the University’s bespoke performance space.
3. Professor of Early Modern History, James Daybell, alongside Research Fellow, Dr Sam Willis, bring their internationally-lauded podcast, Histories of the Unexpected, to the stage.
4. Professor Anthony Caleshu (Head of Research in the School of Society and Culture), presents findings from his AHRC-funded project, ‘Poetry and Covid-19’, during the European Research Festival.
5. Associate Professor of Criminology, Julie Parsons, partners with LandWorks, an award-winning independent charity providing a supported route back into employment and the community for people in prison or at risk of going to prison.