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MA in Design and Innovation student work showcase

What do the MA in Design and Innovation students really do on their course? Well, programme leader Mike Waller has allowed us to have a peek at some of the student work: 277 more words

Interviews And Features

Natalia Davis MAFA

My works are concerned with site, representations or visualisations of the landscape and approaches to image construction/production; exploring ideas of reclamation, displacement and unstable/destablised grounds. I am interested in visual disruptions that take place on reproduction and image transfer, as a mode of production; something generated through loss or absence. 195 more words

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NB: Before applying you are expected to have experienced the Applications Advice service as a client and/or observed a session – your experience will form part of the interview.  331 more words


NGender Conference 2015 CFP

See the Conference Page for updates.

NGENDER is delighted to announce its second annual conference, taking place at the University of Sussex on Tuesday 19th May 2015. 377 more words

Contributions Invited for 2015 MHRA Working Papers in the Humanities

Contributions are invited for the 2015 volume of the MHRA Working Papers in the Humanities, an international, refereed online journal aimed at postgraduate and early-career researchers.  52 more words

Calls For Papers

What Greg Dyke can teach us about postgraduate study

Today marks the start of the general election campaign. Be still my beating heart.

There’s a lot that I don’t like about politicians but the single thing that gets me hottest under the collar is the flagrant disregard they have for the long-term consequences of their decisions. 782 more words


MA graduate Yang Song wins A' Design Award 2015

Yang Song, a 2014 graduate of our MA in Design: Critical Practice, has won the A’ Design Award for “Familiar and Unfamiliar”, a project developed at Goldsmiths and exhibited at last year’s Postgraduate Design Show. 147 more words