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The Ninth Birmingham Colloquium on the Textual Criticism of the New Testament, 2-5 March 2015

The Ninth Birmingham Colloquium on the Textual Criticism of the New Testament, 2-5 March 2015

Date
02 - 05/03/2015
Description
Booking form and programme now available for the ninth Birmingham Colloquium on the Textual Criticism of the New Testament.
Unstable Betting Behaviour and Imprecise Probabilities

Unstable Betting Behaviour and Imprecise Probabilities

Date
02/03/2015
Description
Philosophy Society Seminar given by Anna Mahtani (LSE).
Title to be announced

Title to be announced

Date
03/03/2015
Description
Dr Bradley Stephens (University of Bristol) delivers this French Studies research seminar.
DEFA's Last Gasp: Melancholy and the End of East German Filmmaking

DEFA's Last Gasp: Melancholy and the End of East German Filmmaking

Date
04/03/2015
Description
Speaker: Nick Hodgin (University of Lancaster). IGS / Modern Languages seminar.
Shakespeare Institute Seminar

Shakespeare Institute Seminar

Date
05/03/2015
Description
Shakespeare Institute Seminar given by Dr Melanie Evans (Department of English Language and Applied Linguistics, University of Birmingham).
Birmingham International Piano Festival 2015

Birmingham International Piano Festival 2015

Date
06 - 08/03/2015
Description
In its inaugural year, Birmingham International Piano Festival brings some of the world's finest pianists to the city of Birmingham over three days, and showcases the piano, not only as a solo instrument, but also its role in chamber music and jazz.
Barber Lunchtime Series: Piano4Hands

Barber Lunchtime Series: Piano4Hands

Date
06/03/2015
Description
Joseph Tong and Waka Hasegawa are one of the UK's leading piano duos, equally in demand as duettists and as a dynamic two piano team. They open the Birmingham International Piano Festival with a free lunchtime concert which will captivate and thrill.
Malcolm X and Marshall Street, Smethwick: 50 Years on

Malcolm X and Marshall Street, Smethwick: 50 Years on

Date
10/03/2015
Description
Dr Kehinde Andrews and Dr John Narayan deliver the Centre for West Midlands History seminar.
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