• Grim Up North? Symposium, 16 September 2016, Leeds

    Grim Up North? Symposium, 16 September 2016, Leeds

  • Gothic Heritage Study Day, Northumbria University, 8 October 2015

    Gothic Heritage Study Day, Northumbria University, 8 October 2015

  • Heritage Public Policy Engagement Training, 25 November 2015, London

    Heritage Public Policy Engagement Training, 25 November 2015, London

  • Heritage Consortium Annual Conference, 12-13 May 2015, Huddersfield

    Heritage Consortium Annual Conference, 12-13 May 2015, Huddersfield

  • A new home for the University of Hull's Art Collection

    A new home for the University of Hull's Art Collection

  • The Antislavery Usable Past - New AHRC-funded project

    The Antislavery Usable Past - New AHRC-funded project

  • Exploring Scotland's Heritage

    Exploring Scotland's Heritage: Visit to the Scottish Jewish Archive Centre and the ESRC-sponsored Symposium 'Recovering Scotland's Slavery Past'

  • Inaugural Literature and Heritage Day

    Inaugural Literature and Heritage Day

  • Sound System Culture: Celebrating Huddersfield’s Sound Systems

    Sound System Culture: Celebrating Huddersfield’s Sound Systems

  • Blaydes House, 6 High Street, Hull

    Blaydes House, 6 High Street, Hull

  • The Good Humour Club: Successful Heritage Lottery Fund Bid

    The Good Humour Club: Successful Heritage Lottery Fund Bid

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Experiencing Prison 7th Global Conference

Rhiannon Pickin reports on a recent conference in Budapest. Today it is estimated that over 9 million people are imprisoned around the world. Prisons are used to either punish offenders or silence those who challenge state authority. This conference aimed to examine the experiences of those who currently are incarcerated or have previously been imprisoned…

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The Heritage Consortium is coordinated by the History Department at the University of Hull and consists of Bradford, Huddersfield, Hull, Leeds Beckett, Northumbria, Sheffield Hallam and Teesside universities. 

We work in strategic partnership with eight regional, national and international heritage organisations and networks, as well as with a wider network of over 70 partner organisations, to deliver doctoral training and to promote research in all aspects of heritage. 

The Consortium was established in 2013 and is supported by £1.85 million of postgraduate funding from the Arts and Humanities Research Council and £1.11 million provided by its seven members.

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