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Chinatowns and the rise of China

Chinatowns and the rise of China

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Ien Ang, Director Institute for Culture and Society, Distinguished Professor of Cultural Studies at the University of Western Sydney, spoke as part of the Global China: New Approaches lecture series.
Date:
07/05/2015
Call for Papers - Inheriting the City: Advancing Understandings of Urban Heritage

Call for Papers - Inheriting the City: Advancing Understandings of Urban Heritage

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Inheriting the City: Advancing Understandings of Urban Heritage. An International Conference Announcement and Call for Papers.
Date:
05/05/2015
Tory attacks on Labour's 'economic chaos' stretch back to this cartoon from the 1930s

Tory attacks on Labour's 'economic chaos' stretch back to this cartoon from the 1930s

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Dr Matthew Francis writes for The Conversation.
Date:
30/04/2015
The everyday gender inequalities that underpin wartime atrocities

The everyday gender inequalities that underpin wartime atrocities

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Dr Benedetta Rossi writes for openDemocracy.
Date:
27/04/2015
From slavery to aid: politics, labour and ecology in the Nigerian Sahle 1800-2000

From slavery to aid: politics, labour and ecology in the Nigerian Sahle 1800-2000

Description
Forthcoming book by Dr Benedetta Rossi.
Date:
27/04/2015
Friends of the Centre for West Midland History newsletter April 2015

Friends of the Centre for West Midland History newsletter April 2015

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Latest West Midlands History newsletter now published..
Date:
27/04/2015
Magna Carta Exhibition trip 2015

Magna Carta Exhibition trip 2015

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A group of 40 American and Canadian Studies and History undergraduates visited the Magna Carta exhibition at the British Library.
Date:
13/04/2015
Ethnic minority voters could be decisive

Ethnic minority voters could be decisive

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As the 2015 General Election approaches, academics at the University of Birmingham are contributing to the debates that will help the public decide where their vote should go. Dr Matthew Francis discusses the importance of ethnic minority voters.
Date:
09/04/2015
If an attack happens the pot will boil over

If an attack happens the pot will boil over

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As the 2015 General Election approaches, academics at the University of Birmingham are contributing to the debates that will help the public decide where their vote should go. Dr Steve Hewitt discusses the issues of security and terrorism.
Date:
09/04/2015
CBOMGS doctoral researcher awarded Fellowship at Dumbarton Oaks Research Library

CBOMGS doctoral researcher awarded Fellowship at Dumbarton Oaks Research Library

Description
Siren Celik, doctoral researcher in Byzantine Studies in CBOMGS, has been awarded a Junior Fellowship at Dumbarton Oaks Research Library for the academic year 2015-2016.
Date:
01/04/2015
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