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Future writers join debate on trans issues
21 February 2016
Journalists of the future have been joining a debate on how trans issues are reported in the media.


Dr Madeline Clements. International lecture on post 9/11 Pakistani fiction
01 February 2016
Dr Madeline Clements, a Senior Lecturer in English Studies, was invited to the International Islamic University, Islamabad (IIUI), to discuss how post 9/11 Pakistani Fiction in English may be read as an attempt to revise modern knowledge of the Islamic world.


Major new project aims to light the fuse of economic growth
20 January 2016
Teesside University is part of a major new project to explore how the creative, digital and IT (CDIT) sector in the North East can be developed in order to play a leading role in the region’s economy.


Professor Matthew Feldman. Commemorative plans for Holocaust Memorial Day
06 January 2016
Teesside University is set to commemorate Holocaust Memorial Day (HMD) with a bespoke programme of talks, seminars, exhibitions and screenings.


Strengthening research opportunities
07 December 2015
Dozens of funded study opportunities are available for PhD students interested in the arts and humanities with Teesside University involved in two prestigious consortiums.


Simon with his father Robert McKeown. ‘Made by Steel’ project to document industry injuries
03 December 2015
Workers who have sustained injuries over the decades working in the steel industry are being urged to come forward to help create a unique digital disability exhibition.


Dr Vin Arthey. Teesside University Fellow tells the whole story behind Spielberg’s espionage thriller
01 December 2015
Author and Teesside University Visiting Fellow Dr Vin Arthey has written the extraordinary back story of a Newcastle-born Russian spy whose remarkable life is now being re-told in Steven Spielberg’s latest film.


Artist draws inspiration from literary world
04 November 2015
A Darlington-based artist and Teesside University PhD student is staging a unique exhibition, exploring one of the 20th Century’s most potent female literary voices.


Unearthed letters reveal heartbreaking challenges faced by women during World War One
03 November 2015
A historian at Teesside University is leading a project to digitise recently discovered letters that were sent from women whose loved ones died in World War One.


Preserved Memories. Preserving a digital family for the future
26 October 2015
A forward thinking artist is looking to the future and creating opportunities to bring deceased family members back to ‘virtual’ life through digital technology and social media activity.


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