Humanities Student Research Conference

University of Gloucestershire
Humanities Student Research Conference
Thursday 9 June 2016
Francis Close Hall TC002, 11:00 – 3:00
10:30  Coffee
11:00   Welcome
Panel 1:  Policing culture

Oliver Brown and Luke Simpson (History): ‘Social Protest in the Gloucestershire Area’

Niall Gallen (English Literature and Creative Writing):  ‘From Addiction to Panopticism: Security and Surveillance in J.G. Ballard’.

Connor Bevan (Religion, Philosophy and Ethics):  ‘The Funeral Industry: the Taboo of Death’

Charlie Brown (History):  ‘Minority Groups in Cheltenham’

Matthew Saffery (History): ‘”Emancipation”? The 1829 Catholic Relief Act and the Defence of Britain’s Protestant Constitution’

12:30 – 1:15 Lunch: Veggie Buffet

Panel 2: Body and spirit

Bethany Norris (English Literature): ‘Heroines as Daughters: A Study of Parenting in Jane Austen’s Literature’

Clare Crew (Theology and Religious Studies): ‘Mary, Mother of Jesus, as Received in the Popular Culture of Early 14th-century Italy, through the Eyes of Giotto’s Arena Frescoes’

Jessica Iubini-Hampton: (English Literature and Language): ‘An Ideological Investigation into the Representation of Healthy, Sustainable and Delicious Food’

Rebecca Allen (Religion, Philosophy and Ethics): ‘From Eve to the Modern Day: similarities between Biblical Times and Today’

(Tea and Coffee served at 2-ish)

Plenary, thanks, close