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Selfish Women and Other Inconvenient Deviants

Selfish Women and Other Inconvenient Deviants
Description
A video recording of the inaugural lecture of Professor Lisa Downing.
Date:
27/11/2014

Rethinking Modern British Studies conference - call for papers

Rethinking Modern British Studies conference - call for papers
Description
Call for papers.
Date:
25/11/2014

Translating contemporary French poetry

Translating contemporary French poetry
Description
On Friday 28 November Emma Wagstaff will give a presentation on the research network she has organised with Nina Parish (University of Bath).
Date:
25/11/2014

Connected histories in Birmingham

Connected histories in Birmingham
Description
Dr Kate Smith on Connected Histories: Voices Past and Present.
Date:
25/11/2014

Rural to urban migration in 18th century Scandinavia - evidence from the maritime sector

Rural to urban migration in 18th century Scandinavia - evidence from the maritime sector
Description
A new working paper from Dr Jelle van Lottum.
Date:
25/11/2014

When UN peacekeepers commit atrocities, someone has to act

When UN peacekeepers commit atrocities, someone has to act
Description
Birmingham Law School's Dr Rosa Freedman writes about UN peacekeepers and atrocities for the Conversation
Date:
25/11/2014

Does Ed Miliband have a future as Labour leader?

Does Ed Miliband have a future as Labour leader?
Description
Dr Matthew Francis on balancing party unity and electability.
Date:
21/11/2014

Erika Rackley speaks at 'Being Human' Festival Event at the UK Supreme Court

Erika Rackley speaks at 'Being Human' Festival Event at the UK Supreme Court
Description
Erika Rackley, a professor at Birmingham Law School, joined a panel of speakers, chaired by Supreme Court Justice, Lord Carnwarth, to consider what it means for a judge to 'be human'.
Date:
21/11/2014

Birmingham pub bombings 40 years on: why there is still no closure

Birmingham pub bombings 40 years on: why there is still no closure
Description
Birmingham Law School's Professor Andrew Sanders writes for the Birmingham Brief
Date:
21/11/2014

Dancing cheek to cheek

Dancing cheek to cheek
Description
Dr Caroline Radcliffe will be discussing (and dancing) a nineteenth century dance form inspired by industrial technologies on BBC4's series 'Dancing Cheek to Cheek: An Intimate History of Dance'.
Date:
18/11/2014
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