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Promises and limitations of cognitive neurosciences and genomics in identifying valid mental disorder constructs within the Research Domain Criteria (RDoC) framework

Promises and limitations of cognitive neurosciences and genomics in identifying valid mental disorder constructs within the Research Domain Criteria (RDoC) framework
Description
PhD student to present at the prestigious and highly competitive Cognitio 2015 conference.
Date:
21/04/2015

Are we at war with Islam?

Are we at war with Islam?
Description
Jocelyne Cesari interviewed by the Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs.
Date:
21/04/2015

One minute movie competition winner

One minute movie competition winner
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The winner of the inaugural Department of Film and Creative Writing One Minute Movie Competition was Dan White's film, 'The Trip'.
Date:
21/04/2015

Registration now open for House, work, artwork: feminism and Art History's new domesticities

Registration now open for House, work, artwork: feminism and Art History's new domesticities
Description
Register for this two-day conference organised by Francesca Berry and Jo Applin takes place on 3 and 4 July 2015 at the Barber Institute of Fine Arts.
Date:
20/04/2015

Publication of Alan Bale's book on the Acts of the Apostles

Publication of Alan Bale's book on the Acts of the Apostles
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Alan Bale's book on the Acts of the Apostles, which is based on his PhD thesis from the University of Birmingham, is now available.
Date:
15/04/2015

Magna Carta Exhibition trip 2015

Magna Carta Exhibition trip 2015
Description
A group of 40 American and Canadian Studies and History undergraduates visited the Magna Carta exhibition at the British Library.
Date:
13/04/2015

Ethnic minority voters could be decisive

Ethnic minority voters could be decisive
Description
As the 2015 General Election approaches, academics at the University of Birmingham are contributing to the debates that will help the public decide where their vote should go. Dr Matthew Francis discusses the importance of ethnic minority voters.
Date:
09/04/2015

If an attack happens the pot will boil over

If an attack happens the pot will boil over
Description
As the 2015 General Election approaches, academics at the University of Birmingham are contributing to the debates that will help the public decide where their vote should go. Dr Steve Hewitt discusses the issues of security and terrorism.
Date:
09/04/2015

Dr Bharat Malkani to speak on Capital Punishment at Hay Festival

Description
On 26 May 2015, the 50th anniversary of the last execution to take place in the UK, Dr Malkani, a lecturer at Birmingham Law School, discusses why we are better off without the death penalty and why British efforts to promote the worldwide abolition of capital punishment should be supported.
Date:
08/04/2015

Ethical Leadership and the Purpose of General Counsel

Ethical Leadership and the Purpose of General Counsel
Description
Birmingham Law School's Dr Steven Vaughan is the co-author of UCL Centre for Ethics and Law report "Legal Risk: Definition, Management and Ethics." The report forms part of a major Ethical Leadership Initiative for In-house lawyers.He spoke at the launch of the project on 31 March.
Date:
02/04/2015
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