Recognising 'internationally excellent' textual research outputs in the arts and humanities
  • Room 210, Roland Levinsky Building, Plymouth University

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As a member of the History (Unit 30) sub-panel for REF 2014, in this session Professor Ann Hughes will discuss how we might recognise 'internationally excellent' or 'world-leading' (i.e. 3* or 4*) research outputs in humanities disciplines.

Ann Hughes is Professor of Early Modern History at Keele University. She will also be presenting the Christopher Durston Memorial Lecture on the same day in the evening, on the topic: 'Preachers, Printers and Hearers in the English Revolution' (tickets available from Peninsula Arts). 

This workshop is available to any Plymouth University researcher (including those who currently, or intend to, collaborate with arts and humanities researchers in the production of outputs).

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