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Arts and Science Festival 2017

Arts and Science Festival 2017
Description
Fifth annual student showcase.
Date:
11/04/2017

Professor Francis Davis weighs in on Easter-less packaging and Cadbury Easter egg hunt controversy

Professor Francis Davis weighs in on Easter-less packaging and Cadbury Easter egg hunt controversy
Description
Interviews in The Sunday Times and Daily Telegraph.
Date:
09/04/2017

PGT Research Placement Scheme

PGT Research Placement Scheme
Description
The College of Arts and Law is excited to announce a new initiative for summer 2017 that offers postgraduate taught students the chance to develop their research skills and experience.
Date:
07/04/2017

Professor Francis Davis appointed to the Office for Disability Issues

Professor Francis Davis appointed to the Office for Disability Issues
Description
In his new role, Professor Francis Davis will work to promote social enterprise and improve employment opportunities for disabled people. He has been appointed to the Office for Disability Issues (ODI) by Penny Mordaunt, Minister for Disabled People, Health and Work.
Date:
07/04/2017

Home is Where the Heart is: British Jews, Diaspora, and the State of Israel

Home is Where the Heart is: British Jews, Diaspora, and the State of Israel
Description
Audio recording of Professor Gavin Schaffer's BRIHC Spring Series lecture that took place on 6 March 2017
Date:
07/04/2017

Spaces for solidarity: engaging effectively with freedom of religion or belief

Spaces for solidarity: engaging effectively with freedom of religion or belief
Description
Baroness Berridge reports from the Commonwealth Initiative for Freedom of Religion or Belief (CIFoRB) event held in the margins of the 62nd Commonwealth Parliamentary Conference.
Date:
06/04/2017

The lying game: why unreliable TV narrators matter in the Trump era

The lying game: why unreliable TV narrators matter in the Trump era
Description
James Walters quoted in Guardian article.
Date:
05/04/2017

The Fifth Annual Shakespeare Institute Play-Reading Marathon: Before Shakespeare, 1581-91

The Fifth Annual Shakespeare Institute Play-Reading Marathon: Before Shakespeare, 1581-91
Description
Staff and students of the Shakespeare Institute will read the complete corpus of surviving commercial drama written during the ten years leading up to the debut of William Shakespeare, including plays by Christopher Marlowe, Thomas Kyd, Robert Greene, George Peele, and almost the entire dramatic canon of John Lyly.
Date:
31/03/2017

Desmond Elliot Prize

Desmond Elliot Prize
Description
Congratulations also for Luke Kennard's novel The Transition which has today been longlisted for the Desmond Elliot Prize.
Date:
31/03/2017
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