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Inaugural B-Film Annual Lecture at The Electric Cinema

Inaugural B-Film Annual Lecture at The Electric Cinema
Description
Event report and photos.
Date:
23/01/2017

Metaphor and advertising

Metaphor and advertising
Description
Professor Jeannette Littlemore has been invited to deliver a distinguished lecture at the Open University of Hong Kong on 21 January.
Date:
09/01/2017

Grasmere study trip

Grasmere study trip
Description
In November, students on the 'Politics and Terror in the Age of Revolutions' module, which focusses on the Romantic period, took part in a residential trip to Grasmere in the Lake District.
Date:
09/01/2017

Call for papers: Tea with the Sphinx

Call for papers: Tea with the Sphinx
Description
Call for papers exploring the theme of Ancient Egypt in the modern imagination for an upcoming publication
Date:
06/01/2017

MA Film and Television 20th Anniversary

MA Film and Television 20th Anniversary
Description
On Friday 16 December, we celebrated 20 years of the MA in Film and Television with a reunion event on campus. Over fifty people came together to mark the occasion, including current students, staff, industry partners and alumni from around the world.
Date:
06/01/2017

'Migrants should learn English' - who could object?

'Migrants should learn English' - who could object?
Description
Read the latest blog post by Professor Susan Hunston in 'Language in the News'.
Date:
06/01/2017

Professor Susan Hunston, OBE for services to Higher Education and Applied Linguistics

Professor Susan Hunston, OBE for services to Higher Education and Applied Linguistics
Description
We are delighted to announce that Professor Susan Hunston has been awarded an OBE for services to Higher Education and Applied Linguistics.
Date:
05/01/2017

Shakespeare Institute's Asian Tour

Shakespeare Institute's Asian Tour
Description
in November and December Professor Michael Dobson (Shakespeare Institute) visited three Asian countries with strong and distinctive traditions of Shakespearean performance, translation and scholarship – China, Japan, and India.
Date:
21/12/2016

Teaching Academy Award for Supporting Student Learning

Teaching Academy Award for Supporting Student Learning
Description
Congratulations to Erin Sullivan who has won a University Teaching Academy Award for Supporting Student Learning.
Date:
19/12/2016

Birmingham joins Chinese partners to launch Shakespeare Centre in China

Birmingham joins Chinese partners to launch Shakespeare Centre in China
Description
The Shakespeare Centre, China sees the University's world-renowned Shakespeare Institute, based in Stratford-upon-Avon, reach out to millions of Chinese people to increase access to and understanding of Shakespeare
Date:
15/12/2016
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