Arts and Humanities Research Council Funding Success

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Dr Gascia Ouzounian (Creative Arts) and Dr Sarah Lappin (Architecture) are delighted to announce that their research project ‘Hearing Trouble: Sound Art in Post-Conflict Cities’ will be funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council.
This grant will represent a major research collaboration between Creative Arts and Architecture, adding to other positive developments in their Recomposing the City project. Next month will see the launch of a cross-faculty seminar series, Soundspace, with the support of Queen’s Annual Fund, and in March a visiting PhD student from Venice will join the research group. This summer their co-edited issue of Journal of Sonic Studies, stemming from their International Symposium in 2014, will be published, including contributions from Queen’s staff and post-graduate students.