Events in English, Drama and American & Canadian Studies

  

Careers in conference interpreting

Careers in conference interpreting

Date
26/02/2015 - 05/03/2015
Description
Kirsten Coope, delivers this 'Translation Profession' seminar.
The accidental interpreter

The accidental interpreter

Date
05/03/2015
Description
Sally Winch, Freelance Interpreter and Translator, delivers this 'Translation Profession' seminar.
Shakespeare Institute open afternoon for prospective students

Shakespeare Institute open afternoon for prospective students

Date
12/03/2015
Description
The Shakespeare Institute will be hosting an open afternoon for prospective students on Thursday 12 March 2015.
Shakespeare and Equality

Shakespeare and Equality

Date
12/03/2015
Description
Shakespeare Institute seminar given by Dr Joseph Wallace (Department of English Literature, University of Birmingham).
Creative Minds at Birmingham: Poet Laureate Carol Ann Duffy

Creative Minds at Birmingham: Poet Laureate Carol Ann Duffy

Date
12/03/2015
Description
The latest guest speaker in our Creative Minds series.

Can Fiction Generate Social Change?

Date
16/03/2015
Description
Join this lively debate based on the question 'can fiction generate social change?'. Presented as part of the University of Birmingham's Arts & Science Festival (16-22 March 2015), a week-long celebration of ideas, research and collaboration across campus.
Shakespeare's Insides: A Study of the Complete Soliloquies and Asides

Shakespeare's Insides: A Study of the Complete Soliloquies and Asides

Date
19/03/2015
Description
Shakespeare Institute seminar given by Dr Marcus Nordland (University of Gothenburg).
Film and Human Rights: Local Stories and Bigger Pictures

Film and Human Rights: Local Stories and Bigger Pictures

Date
19/03/2015
Description
Evening of screening and discussion exploring human rights and filmmaking. Presented as part of the University of Birmingham's Arts & Science Festival (16-22 March 2015), a week-long celebration of ideas, research and collaboration across campus.
The Bitter Tears of Petra von Kant

The Bitter Tears of Petra von Kant

Date
19 - 21/03/2015
Description
Marking the 70th anniversary of Fassbinder's birth, Little Earthquake joins forces with the University to stage the Birmingham premiere of this classic melodrama from the boozed-up bisexual bad boy of German cinema.
Celluloid City

Celluloid City

Date
22/03/2015
Description
An afternoon of free screenings and activities allowing you to whizz through a century of cinema-going. Presented by Flatpack Film Festival in partnership with University of Birmingham's Arts and Science Festival.
Early modern corruption and its representations

Early modern corruption and its representations

Date
26/03/2015
Description
Shakespeare Institute seminar given by Professor Mark Knights (Department of History, University of Warwick).
Translation talk

Translation talk

Date
23 - 24/04/2015
Description
A conference jointly organised by the Birmingham Centre for Translation, University of Birmingham, the School of Literatures, Languages and Cultures, University of Edinburgh, and the IMLR.
Theatre Praxis

Theatre Praxis

Date
08/05/2015
Description
Second Year Theatre Praxis Students present for examination a short piece of drama from a written text.
Practical Projects in Drama

Practical Projects in Drama

Date
28 - 29/05/2015
Description
Third Year Single Honours students present for examination a short piece of drama or devised work, supported by Second Year production students.
Playwrights' Workshop

Playwrights' Workshop

Date
04 - 05/06/2015
Description
Staged readings of extracts from the work of playwrights on MRes in Playwriting Studies. See the next generation of playwrights in action.
Directing Projects

Directing Projects

Date
15 - 19/06/2015
Description
Innovative theatre work by emerging directors: a week of short performances from MRes Directing students.
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