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Breaking down barriers and shattering stereotypes through the art of story-telling

Breaking down barriers and shattering stereotypes through the art of story-telling
Description
Dr Ruth Gilligan presents the latest Birmingham Perspective.
Date:
12/05/2016

It's not just about food

It's not just about food
Description
The first of our Christianity and Social Engagement Forums on April 20th brought together leading practitioners from churches and Christian organisations to explore the topic of food provision.
Date:
11/05/2016

Landmark book published on New Testament commentaries

Landmark book published on New Testament commentaries
Description
A new book on the earliest commentaries on the New Testament has been published by members of the European Research Council COMPAUL project at ITSEE, including chapters on commentaries in Latin, Greek, Coptic, Gothic, and Ethiopic and an extensive checklist of New Testament Greek catena manuscripts.
Date:
10/05/2016

Dr David Smith awarded a European Research Council Advanced Grant

Dr David Smith awarded a European Research Council Advanced Grant
Description
Grant is for the project 'Europe's Lost Frontiers' hosted by the University of Bradford which aims to reconstruct the ancient landscape of Doggerland, now hidden beneath the North Sea.
Date:
06/05/2016

B-Film Newsletter Spring 2016

B-Film Newsletter Spring 2016
Description
Latest issue of the B-Film newsletter.
Date:
05/05/2016

Belief in social action: exploring faith groups' responses to local needs

Belief in social action: exploring faith groups' responses to local needs
Description
New briefing paper from the Faith Based Regeneration Neywork, TSRC and the Edward Cadbury Centre for the Public Understanding of Religion.
Date:
04/05/2016

Shakespeare living dangerously in London

Shakespeare living dangerously in London
Description
In an article for BBC History Magazine Dr Chris Laoutaris of the Shakespeare Institute gets to grips with the fact that the course of playing never did run smooth, and discusses the dangers and obstacles facing Shakespeare in London.
Date:
29/04/2016

Does the Shakespeare anniversary add value to academic research?

Does the Shakespeare anniversary add value to academic research?
Description
Dr Chris Laoutaris of the Shakespeare Institute writes for the Times Higher Education Supplement about the celebrations surrounding the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare's death and his book Shakespeare and the Countess: The Battle that Gave Birth to the Globe.
Date:
29/04/2016

"What's in a name?": Was William Shakespeare popular during his lifetime?

"What's in a name?": Was William Shakespeare popular during his lifetime?
Description
Dr Chris Laoutaris (Shakespeare Institute) writes for Oxford University Press, exploring Shakespeare's popularity during his lifetime and assessing how we might define the dramatist's 'popularity' during his own age in comparison with contemporary playwrights.
Date:
29/04/2016

Publication of edition of early Qur'anic manuscripts by Dr Alba Fedeli

Publication of edition of early Qur'anic manuscripts by Dr Alba Fedeli
Description
Dr Alba Fedeli, an Honorary Fellow and collaborator of ITSEE, has published an online edition reconstructing the Qur'anic text of the Mingana-Lewis palimpsest in Cambridge University Library
Date:
28/04/2016
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