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Chinese student wins award for her outstanding research

Chinese student wins award for her outstanding research
Description
PhD student Shuangling Li has won an award from the Chinese Government who found her research to be 'outstanding'.
Date:
21/05/2015

Game without Thrones: the field trip

Game without Thrones: the field trip
Description
Report from student trip to learn more about medieval Iceland.
Date:
18/05/2015

David Gange at the Intercontinental Academy, Sao-Paulo

David Gange at the Intercontinental Academy, Sao-Paulo
Description
Dr David Gange delivered the closing report of the first meeting of the Intercontinental Academy, organised through collaboration between Institutes of Advanced Study. This was held in Sao Paulo, addressing the concept of Time.
Date:
18/05/2015

Fieldwork in Martinique

Fieldwork in Martinique
Description
Antonia Wimbush, first-year PhD student in French Studies, has recently undertaken fieldwork in the French Caribbean funded by the AHRC Midlands3Cities Doctoral Training Partnership.
Date:
15/05/2015

SWIP workshop

SWIP workshop
Description
Mentoring and networking workshop for women in philosophy.
Date:
15/05/2015

The mentoring project

The mentoring project
Description
Ema Sullivan-Bissett is taking part in The Mentoring Project on the 12th–14th June at the University of Masschusetts Amherst.
Date:
15/05/2015

The Harry C. Davis Prize

The Harry C. Davis Prize
Description
A £300 pounds prize awarded to the best final-year student in Italian.
Date:
15/05/2015

Past and Present: Transnationalism

Past and Present: Transnationalism
Description
A special edition Past and Present supplement (with free online access) edited by Professor Matthew Hilton.
Date:
14/05/2015

Headline: "Challenges of Transnational Investigations" Conference Papers Published

Headline: "Challenges of Transnational Investigations" Conference Papers Published
Description
Papers resulting from the "Challenges of Transnational Investigations" conference hosted by the Institute of Judicial Administration in 2013 have now been published in the European Journal of Crime, Criminal Law and Criminal Justice.
Date:
14/05/2015

New Financial Architecture for the Eurozone: what might it mean for the UK?

New Financial Architecture for the Eurozone: what might it mean for the UK?
Description
Birmingham Law School's Professor of Financial Law and Regulation, Joanna Gray, introduces some of the issues that may underlie the BREXIT question at European Financial Regulation conference
Date:
13/05/2015
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