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MA Music: Choral Conducting

MA Music: Choral Conducting
Description
Professor Simon Halsey introduces the Choral Conducting Masters programme at the University of Birmingham.
Date:
04/12/2014

UK première of James Macmillan's St Luke Passion

UK première of James Macmillan's St Luke Passion
Description
The UK premiere of the St Luke Passion by James MacMillan, commissioned to mark the 40th Anniversary of the CBSO Chorus, takes place in Birmingham this week.
Date:
03/12/2014

Doctoral Research funding at Birmingham Law School

Doctoral Research funding at Birmingham Law School
Description
Birmingham Law School is inviting applications for AHRC and ESRC scholarships from prospective UK/EU students interested in doctoral research.
Date:
02/12/2014

BBC broadcasts stories from A Midlands Odyssey

BBC broadcasts stories from A Midlands Odyssey
Description
BBC Radio 4 has adapted three stories from the collection 'A Midlands Odyssey' edited by CAHA doctoral researcher Polly Stoker. Featured authors include Richard House, acclaimed novelist and Birmingham academic.
Date:
02/12/2014

Understanding – and countering – the Islamic State's use of social media

Understanding – and countering – the Islamic State's use of social media
Description
Balsam Aone Mustafa, Doctoral candidate in Modern Languages and Politics, discusses how Islamic State has taken the use of social media to a new level with its exploitation of opportunities in the past year.
Date:
01/12/2014

Interview with Professor Wendy Scase

Interview with Professor Wendy Scase
Description
Audio recording of Professor Wendy Scase's interview on Black Country Radio's programme Shoot from the Lip.
Date:
01/12/2014

Much Ado About Nothing: in performance

Much Ado About Nothing: in performance
Description
Sign up now for a unique free online course in collaboration with the Royal Shakespeare Company, the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust and the Shakespeare Institute.
Date:
01/12/2014

Borders, violence and memory: making histories in the Senegambia and the Trans-Volta

Borders, violence and memory: making histories in the Senegambia and the Trans-Volta
Description
Professor Paul Nugent (University of Edinburgh) gave the 2014 Fage Lecture.
Date:
01/12/2014

Blog success

Blog success
Description
Two posts from the Imperfect Cognitions blog made it to the semifinals of the 3 Quarks Daily Philosophy Prize.
Date:
30/11/2014

The probability of time travel

The probability of time travel
Description
Dr Nikk Effingham discusses some of the philosophical issues relating to his new project, 'The Probability of Time Travel'.
Date:
28/11/2014
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