Events in the College of Arts and Law

Events

Eyes on Central Asia

Eyes on Central Asia

Date
24/09/2014
Description
A one-day workshop comparing priorities of pre-modern Muslims with those of Russian and Chinese imperial powers in their imaginings of Central Asia, adding depth to discourses on Orientalism and 'the clash of civilizations'.
Music in the making

Music in the making

Date
28/09/2014
Description
Come along for a day of music-making in the Elgar Concert Hall and find out about the many University ensembles and choirs that you can join.
Dabru Emet: A Jewish Statement on Christians and Christianity - Creation, Reception and Impact

Dabru Emet: A Jewish Statement on Christians and Christianity - Creation, Reception and Impact

Date
30/09/2014
Description
The Third Annual Birmingham Lecture In Jewish Heritage and Culture given by Rabbi Dr David Fox Sandmel.
The art of life and death in Uganda

The art of life and death in Uganda

Date
01/10/2014
Description
Africa Talks Seminar given by Andrew Irving (University of Manchester).
Shakespearean comedy and the boundaries of Europe

Shakespearean comedy and the boundaries of Europe

Date
02/10/2014
Description
Shakespeare Institute Seminar given by Professor Micheal Dobson.
Ironbridge Institute Lecture by Inger Birkeland

Ironbridge Institute Lecture by Inger Birkeland

Date
02/10/2014
Description
The Industrial Heritage of Rjukan, Norway: From Industrial Fairy-Tale to Narrative of Decline
The University, the Study of Religion and the Public Square

The University, the Study of Religion and the Public Square

Date
03/10/2014
Description
This workshop will gather researchers from across the University who consider religion to be an important element of their research in order to consider the broader possibilities for collaboration and impact in the public domain.
Incus Ensemble

Incus Ensemble

Date
03/10/2014
Description
The newly-formed Incus Ensemble make their Barber debut as a trio in a varied programme.
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