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Nobel Prize winner Professor Al Roth visited the University of Birmingham to give a guest lecture.

Navigating Terminology: Talking About Gender and Sexuality in Everyday Life

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11 February 2015Navigating Terminology: Talking About Gender and Sexuality in Everyday Life

This talk explores the importance of everyday terminology when interacting with, and within, lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, queer/questioning and other (LGBTQ+) spaces.read more

Make The Dead Man Stand

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12-14 February 2015Make The Dead Man Stand

War beyond belief. Healing beyond the call. Make The Dead Man Stand is a tale of human paradox, devised from the vivid testaments of women and men who chose to heal in The Great War.read more

Civic Science: Oliver Lodge and Birmingham

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3 February-18 May 2015Civic Science: Oliver Lodge and Birmingham

Exhibition from the Cadbury Research Library highlighting aspects of the career of the British physicist Oliver Lodge, during his time as Principal at the University of Birmingham (1900-1919). Including his influence on the development of the institution, as well as his scientific research and other interests.read more

Everything is Lost by Patrick Dandy
1 December 2014-13 February 2015Everything is Lost by Patrick Dandy
Forward 100: Birmingham at War
6 January-27 March 2015Forward 100: Birmingham at War
Gods and Heroes
23 January-25 May 2015Gods and Heroes
Beale Lecture Series 2014/15

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27 January-3 March 2015Beale Lecture Series 2014/15

The School of Civil Engineering will be running its popular series of industrial lectures on Tuesday early evening during term-time. All students in the School, and anyone interested in the topic, are welcome. Each talk will be given by an engineer working in the civil engineering (or related) industry and the series will prove interesting, informative and an opportunity to meet potential employers – as well as giving students an insight into what they might be doing themselves in the not-to-distant-future.read more