Is it time to start using social media to promote academic projects?

At SAS it is our role to promote and facilitate research. As part of a one-year JISC-funded SMART project, the central communications team has been working closely with staff across SAS to expand and develop the social media presence of the School and its 10 institutes as part of a broader communications strategy. One of… Continue reading Is it time to start using social media to promote academic projects?

Treasures from the Miller Archive Exhibition – Launch Event

Over the past few weeks we brought you guest blog posts by the members of the Institute for Germanic & Romance Studies (IGRS), who have been working on the exhibition ‘Theatrical Lives from Vienna to London: Treasures from the Miller Archive’. While the IGRS is known for its seminars, lectures, workshops, colloquia, conferences and fellowships… Continue reading Treasures from the Miller Archive Exhibition – Launch Event

Refugee Week Series: Satire, Exile and World War II

Post by Dr Clare George. The second post, about exile libraries, can be found here. The third post, about refugee protection mechanisms, can be found here. Clare is the archivist working on The Martin Miller and Hannah Norbert Miller Archive: An Austrian Jewish Exile Theatre Collection. Final preparations are underway at the IGRS for the opening of the… Continue reading Refugee Week Series: Satire, Exile and World War II

Tracing an extraordinary journey – New exhibition at SAS

Post by Dr Christopher Barenberg The Centre for German and Austrian Exile studies is currently documenting the life and work of Jewish Austrian actors – Martin Miller and Hannah Norbert-Miller. The project will culminate in an exhibition entitled ‘Theatrical Lives from Vienna to London: Treasures from the Miller Archive’ tracing the Millers’ lives from pre-war… Continue reading Tracing an extraordinary journey – New exhibition at SAS