Events in the College of Arts and Law

Events

Workshop on interdisciplinary approaches to the present economy

Workshop on interdisciplinary approaches to the present economy

Date
20 - 23/04/2015
Description
This two-day workshop explores fresh approaches to the analysis of economic life in the present century, as we social scientists increasingly, and necessarily, draw on each other's disciplines. Featuring Professor Jane Guyer (John Hopkins), Maxim Bolt (UoB) and DASA Cadbury Fellows.
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.
Mons revisited

Mons revisited

Date
28/04/2015
Description
The 2015 John Terraine Lecture given by Dr Spencer Jones (University of Wolverhampton).
People's judgments of price fluctuation in soft currency economies: records

People's judgments of price fluctuation in soft currency economies: records

Date
29/04/2015
Description
Speaker: Professor Jane Guyer (Johns Hopkins University). Part of the Leverhulme Lectures 2015.
What the editor learns (and why it might matter)

What the editor learns (and why it might matter)

Date
29/04/2015
Description
Professor Valerie Rumbold, Professor of English Literature, delivers her inaugural lecture at the University of Birmingham.
The Birmingham Book Club, 1745 - 1900: an influential but little-known society at the heart of Birmingham life

The Birmingham Book Club, 1745 - 1900: an influential but little-known society at the heart of Birmingham life

Date
29/04/2015
Description
Historical Association seminar given by Nick Benbow (Independent Scholar).
Visual anthropology in Sardinia

Visual anthropology in Sardinia

Date
05/05/2015
Description
Dr Silvio Carta talks about his new book published by Peter Lang (2015).
Chinatowns and the Rise of China

Chinatowns and the Rise of China

Date
06/05/2015
Description
A Global China: New Approaches lecture given by Ien Ang (University of Western Sydney).
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