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Translating Contemporary French Poetry

Translating Contemporary French Poetry
Description
On 27 January 2016 Emma Wagstaff spoke at the Oxford Centre for Comparative Criticism and Translation.
Date:
03/02/2016

Hear from our alumni

Hear from our alumni
Description
We interviewed Drama and English alumni during a College of Arts and Law Careers event. They talk about their time at Birmingham and their career since leaving university.
Date:
03/02/2016

Interdisciplinary Italy new website

Description
Dr Clodagh Brook and Dr Emanuela Patti are delighted to announce the launch of the new AHRC-funded Interdisciplinary Italy website at www.interdisciplinaryitaly.org.
Date:
02/02/2016

How Shakespeare has inspired freedom movements

How Shakespeare has inspired freedom movements
Description
The British Council have recently released a short film of Professor Ewan Fernie talking about work on the topic of Shakespeare and freedom as well as why it's a great time to study Shakespeare in the UK.
Date:
01/02/2016

Call for papers

Call for papers
Description
The medium and the message: re-evaluating form and meaning in European architecture c. 1400-1950, a two-day conference at the Barber Institute of Fine Arts.
Date:
28/01/2016

Still time

Still time
Description
Marcel Worms perfomed Still time composed for him by Professor Michael Zev Gordon.
Date:
27/01/2016

Dr Crayton Walker receives recognition for teaching excellence

Dr Crayton Walker receives recognition for teaching excellence
Description
Congratulations to Dr Crayton Walker on becoming both a Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Authority and a Distinguished Fellow of the Birmingham Teaching Academy.
Date:
25/01/2016

Structural complexity of popular science narratives of discovery as an indicator of reader-awareness: a Labov-inspired approach

Structural complexity of popular science narratives of discovery as an indicator of reader-awareness: a Labov-inspired approach
Description
PhD student Olga Pilkington has had a paper accepted for publication by Linguistic and Philosophical Investigations.
Date:
25/01/2016

Film adaptations and re-imaginings of Don Quixote

Film adaptations and re-imaginings of Don Quixote
Description
Professor Rob Stone is one of three keynote speakers at a special event in the British Library in London in April.
Date:
22/01/2016

Outposts of Conquest: Birmingham research project in the Humanities goes global

Description
First presented on the occasion of the Annual Meeting of the American Historical Association in New York, under the aegis of the (US) National History Center, the 'Outposts of Conquest' project led by Birmingham Senior Lecturer in Colonial and Post-colonial Studies Dr Berny Sèbe has been going global lately.
Date:
20/01/2016
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