We are happy to announce the appointment of five new KE Fellows. Martyn Harry, of the Music Faculty, will be working with Action Transport Theatre, Merseyside, and young people in Ellesmere Port and Oxford, to create a new opera for children. Barry Murnane, of the Faculty of Medieval and Modern Languages, will collaborate with the London Science Museum to engage the public in pharmaceutical collections and the history of pharmacy. Simon Palfrey, of the English Faculty, will be working with an artist, an educational organisation, and a film maker to bring to life Edmund Spenser's epic poem, The Faerie Queene. Tiffany Stern, also from English, will collaborate with a Texas-based theatre company to produce Shakespeare plays as they were performed in the eighteenth century. Laura Tunbridge, from the Music Faculty, will be working with Oxford Lieder Festival on their Schumann festival.
Interested in finding out more about Knowledge Exchange? Join us for a Knowledge Exchange Showcase on Thursday 26 November where Knowledge Exchange Fellows will give short presentations about their collaborative projects followed by a drinks reception.