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University of Exeter digitisation project reveals the extent of writer's correspondence with fans around the world.
New partnership will help experts discover more about the history of Devon's most illustrious family.
New partnership will help to protect and celebrate the region's historic treasures.
Celebration of major new partnership between the University of Exeter and Royal Albert Memorial Museum and Art Gallery
Staff from both institutions will collaborate on research and organise exhibitions and events to showcase RAMM's world-class collections.
Join a Places of Poetry Heritage Haiku workshop and pin a new poen to the digital map
The University of Exeter is now a Cooperating Partner at DARIAH ERIC
University of Exeter archaeologists work with local volunteers to unearth more discoveries at Calstock.
Find out more about how research in the archives at Powderham has made new discovries about the long history of these three Devon villages.
The College of Humanities and the College of Social Sciences and International Studies invite you to find out if studying for a PhD is for you.
Inspired by Michael Drayton’s poem Poly-Olbion, at Poltimore House, Devon, aims to prompt reflection on national and cultural identities in England and Wales, and celebrate the diversity, heritage and character of place.
Building practitioners, conservation professionals and members of the public are gathering for a 'lime slam' at Poltimore House, Devon, on 13 April 2019.
A pioneering research collaboration, which seeks to uncover the secrets of some of the UK’s most significant historical books, documents and artefacts, has received a significant boost.
As one of the recipients of DCMS’ Digital Leadership Fund, Cornwall Museums Partnership has announced a series of Digital Leadership seminars in March 2019, in Exeter and Cornwall.
Exhibition features UoE research that looks at heritage and memory practices in landscapes that are undergoing change and transformation.
MoU acknowledges the intention of the University of Exeter and the South West Fed to work together to explore the possibility of developing common objectives.
A partnership between the University of Exeter and Cornwall Council is awarded £40,000 by the Young Roots scheme of the Heritage Lottery Fund.
Founded and run by academics, Heritage Walk Calcutta provides tourists with extensively researched tours of the city.
A collaborative event to improve and share the knowledge of Cornish collections.
Join the team on Saturday 8 September, 10.30am-3.30pm, to find out what's been unearthed at the Ipplepen dig.
A networking event co-hosted by Cornwall Museums Partnership and the University of Exeter on the Penryn campus.
Professor Stephen Rippon awarded £222,500 to enable communities in Devon and Cornwall to work with archaeologists to explore the ancient history of the South West.
Visiting Leverhulme Professor, Paul Fishwick, explores the ways in which arts and cultural objects can be used to enrich the study and implementation of computer science and mathematical modelling
Professor Jane Whittle leads conversation about potential for collaboration and co-created projects between University of Exeter and regional archives groups and historic libraries
Professor DeSilvey gives lecture tour on her research into the cultural significance of material change and transformation
UoE's Professor of Land Economy and Society to advise National Trust
An opportunity to develop the South West Fed’s current direction, activities and relationships.
A showcase event on the Penryn Campus
One-day discussion event
Workshop and discussion event
A Magic Lantern spectacle featuring unique hand-painted images with live music.
Academics at the University of Exeter are using cutting-edge technologies to study the past and present in a new, state-of-the-art Digital Humanities Laboratory.
Innovation, Impact and Business have invited Jen Heathcote, Head of Strategic Research & Partnership Team at Historic England, to a round-table discussion exploring opportunities for research and impact.