Events in the College of Arts and Law

Events

Shakespeare on the road

Shakespeare on the road

Date
15/10/2014
Description
A two-month long, 10,000-mile journey through North America, sharing images, voices and stories of Shakespeare in contemporary American culture.
Adventures with time in fantasy, folktales and fairytales

Adventures with time in fantasy, folktales and fairytales

Date
15/10/2014
Description
Dr Philippa Semper, Lecturer in Medieval English at the University, gives an introduction to adventures with time through readings from fantasy stories, folktales and fairytales.
Phenomenal women

Phenomenal women

Date
15/10/2014
Description
The Phenomenal Women invite female writers of any age, ethnicity and writing experience to join them on stage performing their works.
Winterreise

Winterreise

Date
15/10/2014
Description
Sir Thomas Allen joins us on his farewell tour of the UK, rounding off an incredible career on the world's recital and opera circuits.
How comics can help your studies and career

How comics can help your studies and career

Date
16/10/2014
Description
Come and listen to UK comic book publisher (and University of Birmingham alumnus!) Neil Gibson.
Picturing the Ten Commandments in the Post-Reformation English Parish Church

Picturing the Ten Commandments in the Post-Reformation English Parish Church

Date
16/10/2014
Description
Shakespeare Institute Seminar given by Dr Jonathan Willis (History Department, University of Birmingham).
Timeless fast foreign fiction

Timeless fast foreign fiction

Date
16/10/2014
Description
Discussing the appeal of contemporary European novellas published in English translation.
Atheism and race in the nineteenth-century Atlantic world

Atheism and race in the nineteenth-century Atlantic world

Date
16/10/2014
Description
History and Cultures Workshop seminar given by Nathan Alexander (University of St Andrews).
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