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Publication of translation of rediscovered gospel commentary

Publication of translation of rediscovered gospel commentary
Description
An English version by Dr Hugh Houghton of the Commentary on the Gospels by Fortunatianus of Aquileia has been published this week and is also available as a free online download.
Date:
23/08/2017

Birmingham academic facilitates Judiciary workshop on Contextual Sentencing in Uganda

Description
Birmingham's Dr Maureen Mapp facilitated a one day workshop on Contextual Sentencing and Community Impact Statements at the Judicial Training Institute, Kampala, Uganda
Date:
18/08/2017

Why 'upskirting' needs to be made a sex crime

Why 'upskirting' needs to be made a sex crime
Description
Professor Erika Rackley and Professor Clare McGlynn (Durham University) write for The Conversation.
Date:
16/08/2017

Writing and editing for different audiences

Writing and editing for different audiences
Description
Josh Allen discusses writing and editing for different audiences.
Date:
14/08/2017

Lisa Bortolotti on the Voice of Islam Radio Breakfast Show

Lisa Bortolotti on the Voice of Islam Radio Breakfast Show
Description
Lisa Bortolotti was interviewed in the Voice of Islam Radio Breakfast Show.
Date:
14/08/2017

2018 Global Ethics Conference: Call for Papers now open

2018 Global Ethics Conference: Call for Papers now open
Description
The Centre for the Study of Global Ethics now welcomes abstract submission for its 2018 Conference on 'A Post-Liberal World?'.
Date:
11/08/2017

£400k grant to bring to life the Codex Zacynthius

£400k grant to bring to life the Codex Zacynthius
Description
The Institute for Textual Scholarship and Electronic Editing has been awarded a £400k grant to fund a project to bring to life the Codex Zacynthius.
Date:
10/08/2017

Why do we still bother with William Shakespeare?

Why do we still bother with William Shakespeare?
Description
Professor Ewan Fernie explores the connection between Shakespeare and freedom in the latest Birmingham Perspective.
Date:
10/08/2017

MANCEPT workshops in Political Theory

Description
Members of the Centre for the Study of Global Ethics will present at the MANCEPT Workshops in Political Theory on 11-13 September 2017 in Manchester.
Date:
10/08/2017

'Colorful language' and Big Data - linguistics in the digital age

Description
Professor Michaela Mahlberg presents the latest Birmingham Brief.
Date:
03/08/2017
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