'Humanities in Public' is the research showcase of the Faculty of Arts and Humanities at Manchester Metropolitan University. Our aim is to introduce you to the research we do via a programme of topical events and activities that make you want to come join us and participate. The programme is open to absolutely everyone.
Introduction by Helen Darby, Humanities in Public Festival Co-ordinator, and Professor Berthold Schoene, Head of Research at Manchester Metropolitan University:
"If you’re new to HiP, then we greatly look forward to meeting you. If you’re one of our 7,000+ regulars, then welcome back.
This year’s programme has a slightly different approach. Instead of having three separate strands, all of this year’s events will explore the same topic: Greater Manchester and Northern Identity. This is part of a broader university-wide set of events exploring D/Evolving Manchester. The programme will include our Gothic Manchester Festival, which is returning this year with a theme close to our fast-beating Mancunian hearts: “The Gothic North."
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