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Why Peaky Blinders tells us all we need to know (and more) about the 1920s

Why Peaky Blinders tells us all we need to know (and more) about the 1920s
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Dr Matt Houlbrook on why Peaky Blinders tells us all we need to know (and more) about the 1920s.
Date:
13/10/2014

Greek Bronze Age ended 100 years earlier than thought, new evidence suggests

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Conventional estimates for the collapse of the Aegean civilization may be incorrect by up to a century, according to new radiocarbon analyses.
Date:
10/10/2014

'Taking Nonhuman Perspectives Seriously: The Importance of Non-Anthropocentrism for Nonhuman Animals'

'Taking Nonhuman Perspectives Seriously: The Importance of Non-Anthropocentrism for Nonhuman Animals'
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In January 2015, PhD student Andrew Woodhall will present his paper at the Minding Animals conference in New Delhi, India.
Date:
10/10/2014

AHRC networking grant on the Greek crisis

AHRC networking grant on the Greek crisis
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Professor Dimitris Tziovas has been awarded an AHRC grant to lead a networking project on 'The cultural politics of the Greek crisis' which aims to stimulate debate on the implications of the economic crisis for Greek culture and identity.
Date:
09/10/2014

Birmingham PhD student wins Society of Legal Scholars poster prize

Birmingham PhD student wins Society of Legal Scholars poster prize
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Birmingham PhD student Kirsty Moreton named as the joint winner of the prestigious 'Best Poster Prize' at the 2014 annual conference run by the Society of Legal Scholars.
Date:
09/10/2014

Book to the Future II

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Book to the Future, the University of Birmingham's festival of the written and spoken word, is back for its second year.
Date:
09/10/2014

Graham Gee speaks at the UK Supreme Court

Graham Gee speaks at the UK Supreme Court
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Birmingham Law School senior lecturer spoke about financial and administrative challenges during the Court's first five years. The seminar marked the fifth anniversary since the Court's creation in 2009 and was attended by senior judges, officials, practitioners and academics.
Date:
08/10/2014

Bortolotti on Anosognosia and Epistemic Innocence

Bortolotti on Anosognosia and Epistemic Innocence
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Lisa Bortolotti is the author of a guest post on Kerry Gutridge's Psychiatric Ethics blog, entitled "Anosognosia and Epistemic Innocence". She asks in what circumstances it is appropriate to challenge delusional beliefs focusing on anosognosia, the denial of illness.
Date:
08/10/2014

Centre for West Midlands History Newsletter September issue

Centre for West Midlands History Newsletter September issue
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The latest issue of the newsletter is now available.
Date:
06/10/2014
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