New College of the Humanities Partners
New College of the Humanities is proud to partner with a wide range of cultural and educational institutions.We love to collaborate with our partners to share resources and academic expertise to promote the humanities. A number of our partnerships result in events that are open to the public.
Bedford Square Festival
Bedford Square Festival is a collaboration between five of the cultural institutions that reside on Bedford Square in Bloomsbury: Paul Mellon Centre, Architectural Association, Sotheby’s Institute of Art, Yale University Press and New College of the Humanities.
Bedford Square Festival will open the doors of the cultural and educational organisations located in the Square to the public through an exciting programme of events.
The Festival will celebrate the artistic, cultural and literary communities on this historic square. We hope to engage a diverse audience and inspire creative and educational opportunities.
D H Lawrence Society
New College of the Humanities is hosting the 14th International D H Lawrence Conference 3rd – 8th July 2017, in partnership with the D H Lawrence Society and the D H Lawrence Society of North America. Head of English and Senior Lecturer in English Dr Catherine Brown is Executive Director of the conference.
Taking place over five days in July 2017 the conference, entitled ‘London Calling: Lawrence & the Metropolis’, will feature a keynote by novelist Patrick Flanery, an evening of Lawrencian drama by Bedfellows, the NCH student drama society, and walking tours of Bloomsbury and Hampstead Heath, in addition to a packed schedule of academic papers.
IE Business School
IE Business School and New College of the Humanities (NCH) are creating a joint Senior Fellows Programme designed for distinguished senior executives aiming to make a social impact following a successful career.
IE Business School, based in Madrid, is committed to diversity, entrepreneurship, social innovation, and the humanities. The Business School offers a wide range of international, practical courses that are grounded in humanistic issues, including undergraduate degrees, master’s degrees and executive education.