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Call for papers BELP 2016

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We invite submissions for oral presentations for The Birmingham English Language Postgraduate Conference 2016 (BELP) to be held on Friday, 22 of April 2016.
Date:
09/02/2016

Hear from our alumni

Hear from our alumni
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We interviewed Drama and English alumni during a College of Arts and Law Careers event. They talk about their time at Birmingham and their career since leaving university.
Date:
03/02/2016

How Shakespeare has inspired freedom movements

How Shakespeare has inspired freedom movements
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The British Council have recently released a short film of Professor Ewan Fernie talking about work on the topic of Shakespeare and freedom as well as why it's a great time to study Shakespeare in the UK.
Date:
01/02/2016

Can The X-Files survive today? The truth is out there …

Can The X-Files survive today? The truth is out there …
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James Walters writes for The Conversation.
Date:
28/01/2016

Dr Crayton Walker receives recognition for teaching excellence

Dr Crayton Walker receives recognition for teaching excellence
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Congratulations to Dr Crayton Walker on becoming both a Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Authority and a Distinguished Fellow of the Birmingham Teaching Academy.
Date:
25/01/2016

Structural complexity of popular science narratives of discovery as an indicator of reader-awareness: a Labov-inspired approach

Structural complexity of popular science narratives of discovery as an indicator of reader-awareness: a Labov-inspired approach
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PhD student Olga Pilkington has had a paper accepted for publication by Linguistic and Philosophical Investigations.
Date:
25/01/2016

Film adaptations and re-imaginings of Don Quixote

Film adaptations and re-imaginings of Don Quixote
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Professor Rob Stone is one of three keynote speakers at a special event in the British Library in London in April.
Date:
22/01/2016

B-Film at The Electric Cinema

B-Film at The Electric Cinema
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B-Film: The Birmingham Centre for Film Studies has been exploring opportunities for working with Birmingham's The Electric Cinema, the UK's oldest working cinema, and a BFI-sponsored series entitled The Cinematic Time Machine, which is running throughout 2016.
Date:
19/01/2016

Shakespeare Institute student selected as a TED Fellow

Shakespeare Institute student selected as a TED Fellow
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PhD Shakespeare and Creativity student Madeline Sayet has been selected as one of 21 TED Fellows who will take the stage at TED2016, between them representing 12 countries.
Date:
13/01/2016

The enduring legacy of Twelfth Night

The enduring legacy of Twelfth Night
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In the latest Birmingham Perspective Professor Michael Dobson asks Why does Shakespeare's festive tale continue to find new audiences?
Date:
12/01/2016
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