Public lecture asks why Pilgrim Fathers earned place at pinnacle of American history
The third annual Mayflower Lecture, taking place at the University of Plymouth on Thursday 26 October, will explore why the Pilgrim Fathers became so important in the history of the United States
The Arts Institute celebrates and facilitates world-leading research across, between and with arts and humanities disciplines.
University enhances creative opportunities through collaboration with Port Eliot Festival
The University of Plymouth will be creating exciting opportunities for students, staff and the public alike as it expands its partnership with the iconic Port Eliot Festival
Arts and humanities research leadership
Research leadership is a key priority for development at Plymouth. As research leadership becomes increasingly important to many funders in arts and humanities disciplines, the Arts Institute is investing in supporting research leaders.
Heritage Lottery Fund gives green light to Plymouth History Centre funding
Plymouth University news: Plymouth’s incredible past looks set to have an amazing future with confirmation of a £14.8 million grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund
Creative partner in the running for National Lottery Award
Plymouth University news: One of Plymouth University’s creative partners, Effervescent, has made it through to the finals of this year’s National Lottery Awards