Culture and Communication priming award presentations
Outcomes from funding awarded
by Dr Mark Jenner
Research Theme Champion for Culture and Communication
In June 2016 Mark Jenner, Champion for Culture and Communication, invited applications for priming funds to support short term projects within this theme. As part of the dissemination of the work the lead applicant has been invited to present the outcomes of their project.
The format is a 5-10 minute talk follwed by about 10 to 15 minutes of questions, discussion and suggestions.
The presentations will:
• Explain the overall aims of the research and why it is interesting
• Outline achievements in the activities supported by the Priming Fund
• Describe plans to take the work forward with additional research, further collaborations, and funding applications
1215 Welcome from Mark Jenner
1220 Aleksandra McClain, Archaeology-Late medieval parchment in the late-11th and 12th
1240 Gareth Beale, Archaeology-Viking Heritage and VR: Exploring our Viking Past with York Museums Trust
1300 Elizabeth Kirk, Psychology-A Systematic Review of the Role of Infant Pointing in Language Development.
1320 Michael Cordner, TFTV- Performing Early Modern Comedy Today
Light refreshments will be served from 12 noon
Date and Time
ReCSS Training Room
Research Centre for Social Sciences
Innovation Way, York Science Park, University of York