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Lecturer in spatial planning
Lauren Andres joined the Centre for Urban and Regional Studies as a lecturer in spatial planning in March 2009. She is the 2nd year tutor for undergraduate students as well as the post-graduate extension approvals officer. She is also the Aesop contact point and coordinator for CURS.
Title of thesis: A study of the Egyptian squeezes in small UK collections.
Supervisor: Dr Martin Bommas
Title of thesis: Classical Persuasion & Character Assassination – a ‘Philippic’ model of invective.
Supervisor: Niall Livingstone
Postgraduate Teaching Associate
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Title of thesis: Byzantium, the Black Sea Littoral, and the End of Late Antiquity and Migration Periods on the Steppe and Crimea: ca. 800-1204
Supervisor: Dr Archie Dunn
Lecturer in Catalan Studies
A native of Barcelona, I studied Hispanic Philology and completed the doctorate courses in Catalan Philology at the University of Barcelona. I arrived at the University of Birmingham in 2001 where I completed my doctoral thesis entitled ‘Intertextual dynamics in Gabriel Ferrater’s work: the role of English poetry’. I taught all levels of Catalan Language and content ...
Tay Kai Rong is a PhD candidate in the School of Psychology, performing research in exploring the relationship between music and memory reconsolidation.
Title of thesis: Agency, Authority and Rhetoric: Women’s Speech in Herodotus
Supervisor: Dr Niall Livingstone
Title of thesis: Portraits of Power: Female Imperial Imagery in the Byzantine Empire
Supervisor: Professor Leslie Brubaker and Dr Elizabeth L'Estrange
Source of funding: Midlands3Cities, AHRC
Senior Lecturer in Film Studies
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