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Report on James Watt undergraduate research project

Report on James Watt undergraduate research project

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Jordan Thornton reflects on his Undergraduate Research Scholarship project on eighteenth century inventor James Watt.
Date:
02/09/2016
New lecturers for the Department of African Studies and Anthropology

New lecturers for the Department of African Studies and Anthropology

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DASA is delighted to announce the appointment of two new lecturers, Dr Jessica Johnson and Dr Rebecca Jones.
Date:
30/08/2016
Saima Nasar reviews 'Indians in Kenya' by Sana Aiyar

Saima Nasar reviews 'Indians in Kenya' by Sana Aiyar

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Saimar Nasar reviews a new book on Indians in Kenya for Global Urban History blog
Date:
29/08/2016
Medicine at the Olympics: a bluffer's guide to 120 years of medical history

Medicine at the Olympics: a bluffer's guide to 120 years of medical history

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It's not all about doping: Olympic medical history includes doctors 'in sheds' waiting for swimmers, a gymnast injured by a hat pin, and a marathoner who had to steal peaches to keep himself going.
Date:
10/08/2016
MBS 2017: New researchers and the future of Modern British Studies

MBS 2017: New researchers and the future of Modern British Studies

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New Modern British studies blog post by Ruth Lindley and Laura Sefton.
Date:
01/08/2016
Researching missionary photography in Cadbury Research Library

Researching missionary photography in Cadbury Research Library

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Charlotte McKnight reflects on her Undergraduate Research Scheme project 'Missionary photography and its multiple meanings: The Church Mission Society and its Medical Mission.'
Date:
29/07/2016
Call for papers: Global Byzantium

Call for papers: Global Byzantium

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For its 50th anniversary, the Spring Symposium of Byzantine Studies returns to the University of Birmingham, where it began in 1967. On this anniversary of the discipline we ask what the language of globalism has to offer to Byzantine studies, and Byzantine studies to global narratives.
Date:
14/07/2016

Matthew Francis on Theresa May PM

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Writing for The Conversation, Matthew Francis comments on Theresa May's ability to stand as Prime Minister, and the challenges she is likely to face.
Date:
13/07/2016
Honouring Professor Catherine Hall

Honouring Professor Catherine Hall

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Sadiah Qureshi honors Catherine Hall as she receives an honorary degree from the University of Birmingham.
Date:
12/07/2016
Thatcher's Alive?!

Thatcher's Alive?!

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Matthew Francis discusses a curious, though far from unimportant, subplot of the fallout from the EU referendum - the debate over Thatcherism.
Date:
11/07/2016
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