The winners of the TORCH and Humanities Division poster competition were announced at the Early Career Lunch on Tuesday 17th June. The fantastic range of posters showcasing early career academics' research were on display in the Radcliffe Humanities Building. Subjects included the dust bowl, the work of Pierre Bonnard and travel in the 4th - 7th centuries, with entries coming from a range of different faculties.
The winning poster was created by Rachel Delman (History), whose poster illustrated her Arts and Humanities Research Council funded project "Elite Women, Power and the Domestic Environment in the Fifteenth Century". Rachel won £150 of Amazon vouchers. Please click here to see her poster.
Sarah Ward (History) came in second place with her poster describing "Royalism, Religion and Revolution: The Gentry of North-East Wales 1640-88", winning £100 of Amazon vouchers. Please click here to see her poster.
In third place was Marlena Whiting (Classics), whose poster on "Travel in the Late Antique Levant: a study of networks of communication and travel infrastructure in the 4th-7th centuries" won her £50 of Amazon vouchers. Please click here to see her poster.
Please click here to see some of the other entries.
Image shows Rachel Delman's poster