Intoxicating Spaces in the Time of Plague

Humanities in the European Research Area (HERA 2020)

HERA Uses of the Past is a transnational programme funded through 26 national funding agencies across Europe. This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 649307

HERA Public Spaces The HERA Joint Research Project Public Spaces: Culture and Integration in Europe was launched in 2019 supporting 20 transnational projects. These projects are funded by 24 national funding agencies across Europe in this collaborative humanities led research. HERA Public Spaces has also received funding through the European Unions Horizon Europe research and innovative programme under grant agreement 769478 

Intoxicating Spaces: Professor Phil Withington introduces the project

Public Renaissance – urban public space and pandemic in Early Modern Europe

Moving Market Places (english subtitles) This film is from the HERA Joint Research Programme, Public Spaces: Culture and Integration in Europe. The project ‘Moving Market Places: Following the Everyday Production of Inclusive Public Spaces. The project team produced this film in response to the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020 less than one year into the projects research and how it has impacted both the particular research and process behind it.

Humanities in the European Research Area Prague Event

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