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Andrew Edmondson at Computing Insight UK 2015

Andrew Edmondson at Computing Insight UK 2015
Description
Andrew Edmondson, a doctoral student in ITSEE, presented at the Computing Insight UK conference 2015 and was interviewed for Youtube.
Date:
20/01/2016

B-Film at The Electric Cinema

B-Film at The Electric Cinema
Description
B-Film: The Birmingham Centre for Film Studies has been exploring opportunities for working with Birmingham's The Electric Cinema, the UK's oldest working cinema, and a BFI-sponsored series entitled The Cinematic Time Machine, which is running throughout 2016.
Date:
19/01/2016

Dr Natasha Rulyova wins CEELBAS grant for translation workshop

Dr Natasha Rulyova wins CEELBAS grant for translation workshop
Description
Dr Natasha Rulyova has been awarded a Research Networking Grant (£4,000) from the Centre for East European Language Based Area Studies (CEELBAS) to organise a one-day international workshop on collaborative translation and self-translation (CTST) that will take place on Saturday 23 January 2016.
Date:
15/01/2016

PERFECT February talks

PERFECT February talks
Description
Project PERFECT will be giving a series of talks in February 2016.
Date:
14/01/2016

Remembering Bowie the artist and his contribution to postmodernism

Remembering Bowie the artist and his contribution to postmodernism
Description
Professor Matthew Rampley perspective on David Bowie the artist and his contribution to postmodernism.
Date:
13/01/2016

Shakespeare Institute student selected as a TED Fellow

Shakespeare Institute student selected as a TED Fellow
Description
PhD Shakespeare and Creativity student Madeline Sayet has been selected as one of 21 TED Fellows who will take the stage at TED2016, between them representing 12 countries.
Date:
13/01/2016

The enduring legacy of Twelfth Night

The enduring legacy of Twelfth Night
Description
In the latest Birmingham Perspective Professor Michael Dobson asks Why does Shakespeare's festive tale continue to find new audiences?
Date:
12/01/2016

Professor Wendy Scase awarded Leverhulme Trust Major Research Fellowship

Professor Wendy Scase awarded Leverhulme Trust Major Research Fellowship
Description
September 2016 start for the project 'Crafting English Letters: A Theory of Medieval Scribal Practice'.
Date:
04/01/2016

19th Annual Iron Age Research Student Symposium (IARSS 2016)

19th Annual Iron Age Research Student Symposium (IARSS 2016)
Description
Jointly hosted by the Universities of Leicester, Birmingham and Nottingham, the Symposium will be held at the University of Leicester on May 19-22 2016. Focussing on the later prehistory of Britain, Ireland and Continental Europe, the conference will consist of keynote addresses, presentations, discussions, a poster competition, and a workshop, all led by leading academics and post-graduate researchers.
Date:
18/12/2015

Are Delusions Bad for You?

Are Delusions Bad for You?
Description
Lisa Bortolotti's article on The Forum makes the final round of the 3 Quarks Daily Philosophy Prize 2015.
Date:
18/12/2015
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