News archive - 2012

Modern Languages students discuss European crisis

Staff from the Modern Languages department took students on a journey through crisis-ridden Europe in an event offering students the opportunity to hear four different countries perspectives on the current economic crisis.

Over 20 new academic posts advertised in Humanities disciplines

The continuing success of the College of Humanities means we are advertising over 20 new academic posts at all levels.

A Taste of Galician Culture, Thursday 17 May

To celebrate Día das Letras Galegas/Galician Literature Day join us at 'Forever in Galicia: A Taste of Galician Culture', on Thursday 17 May from 10.30am to 2pm.

Exciting funding opportunities for doctoral study in French at the University of Exeter

For applicants who are interested in joining our exciting research community this October, we are offering two doctoral funding awards.

Traces of Algeria in France come to Exeter

‘Algeria(s) in France: a journey through identity’ exhibition opens on 11th October at the Street Gallery in the Institute of Arab and Islamic Studies.

Medieval manuscripts to get technological makeover

The world’s largest collection of Anglo-Saxon (Old English) poetry may soon be available on a smart device App, as part of a project initiated by the University of Exeter.

College professors appointed research strategy leaders

Two academics from the College of Humanities have been appointed to lead themes from the University’s brand new research strategy for Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences (HASS).

La màgia d’en Calders – a storytelling spectacle based on Pere Calders’ short stories

Storytelling lovers eager to attend a live performance are invited to attend this event on Tuesday 20 November based on the short stories of Pere Calders, a contemporary Catalan author

The Paddon Award - an arts competition

The University of Exeter is pleased to announce that entries are now open for the 2013 Paddon Award.

Poetry reading and creative writing workshops by Professor Maxine Chernoff

The College of Humanities proudly welcomes Professor Maxine Chernoff, San Francisco State University, to read from her latest poetic works