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28Aug

Two Islands

Dates
Saturday 28 August (12:00) - Wednesday 24 November 2021 (17:00)
Description
Two Islands
Exterior of Birmingham Business School
21Sep

Responsible Business Symposium

Dates
Tuesday 21 September (15:00) - Thursday 23 September 2021 (18:00)
Location
Eventbrite
Description
Responsible Business Symposium - Forum for Global Challenges Webinar
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27Sep

Introduction to Entrepreneurship

Dates
Monday 27 September 2021 (12:00-13:00)
Location
Online - a zoom link will be sent to you following registration
Description
Join us online for this relaxed session built for University of Birmingham academics and researchers who are interested in learning more about entrepreneurship and business.
30Sep

EPS Societies Fair

Dates
Thursday 30 September 2021 (10:00-15:00)
Location
Welcome Marquee (by the Law Building)
Description
Join us 10am-3pm on 30 September in the Welcome Marquee by the Law Building for the EPS Societies Fair and meet our incredible student groups, clubs and teams.
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1Oct

Black History Month 2021

Dates
Friday 1 October (00:00) - Sunday 31 October 2021 (23:59)
Description
October is Black History Month and the University will again be celebrating the culture and histories of black and minority ethnic communities with a comprehensive programme of events.
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7Oct

The Priestley Lecture 2021, with Dame Rachel de Souza

Dates
Thursday 7 October 2021 (17:30-18:30)
Location
Lecture Theatre 2 (102), Teaching and Learning Building
Description
At the 2021 Priestley Lecture, Dame Rachel de Souza will be discussing her role as Children's Commissioner for England and the current environment/ CV-19 recovery.
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18Oct

Living with more than one tradition

Dates
Monday 18 October 2021 (14:00-21:00)
Location
Online
Description
What does it feel like to live with more than one religious tradition in your life, family, or community? This free on-line event will enable people to come together to explore what it's really like.
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21Oct

Living with more than one tradition

Dates
Thursday 21 October 2021 (14:00-21:00)
Location
Online
Description
What does it feel like to live with more than one religious tradition in your life, family, or community? This free on-line event will enable people to come together to explore what it's really like.
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4Nov

The Birmingham Business School Advisory Board Guest Lecture

Dates
Thursday 4 November 2021 (17:30-19:00)
Location
Alan Walters Building (R29 on campus map)
Description
Delivered this year by Billie Major (Billie Major, Corporate Vice-President, Capgemini and CEO, HMRC Business Unit), the title of this year's lecture is 'Business Transformation in the Pandemic'.
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12Jan

Medici2022

Dates
Wednesday 12 January (09:00) - Wednesday 6 April 2022 (17:00)
Location
Edgbaston Park Hotel 53 Edgbaston Park Road Birmingham B15 2RS
Description
The Medici programme will give you the business skills, knowledge and confidence you need to engage
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2Feb

Who are the Audiences for Early Modern History?

Dates
Wednesday 2 February 2022 (17:00-18:30)
Location
Zoom
Description
A roundtable to question who the audiences are for early modern history and how can they be further broadened and engaged.
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9Feb

Reflections on 'Forging Ahead' at the Black Country Living Museum

Dates
Wednesday 9 February 2022 (14:00-15:30)
Location
Zoom
Description
Researchers Simon Briercliffe and Elizabeth Thomson will be joining us from the Black Country Living Museum to reflect on the ways in which their research has contributed to the 'Forging Ahead' project at the Museum.
16Feb

Researching Black British Histories

Dates
Wednesday 16 February 2022 (14:00-15:30)
Location
Zoom
Description
Postgraduate researchers Saffron East (History, UCL), Sue Lemos (History, Warwick), and Montaz Marche (History, Birmingham) will be joining us to discuss their current research on Black British histories.
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23Feb

Roundtable on Classics and 'the Other'

Dates
Wednesday 23 February 2022 (16:00-17:30)
Location
Zoom
Description
Roundtable to discuss how the relationship between Classics and social and political identities and national cultures has recently been much debated
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9Mar

Historical Understandings of Mental Illness

Dates
Wednesday 9 March 2022 (14:00-15:30)
Location
Zoom
Description
Emily Betz (History, St Andrews), Angus Gowland (History, UCL), Leonard Smith (Applied Health, Birmingham) and Erin Sullivan (Shakespeare Institute, Birmingham) will be joining us for a roundtable discussion
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23Mar

Midlands and Empire in the Long Eighteenth Century and Today

Dates
Wednesday 23 March 2022 (14:00-15:30)
Location
Zoom
Description
Jo-Ann Curtis (Birmingham Museums Trust), Jane Gallagher (Ironbridge Gorge Museums), Duncan Frankis (Newman University) and Manu Sehgal (University of Birmingham) will be joining us for a roundtable discussion
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30Mar

Immersive Practices and Experimental Worlds: A Comparative Ethnography

Dates
Wednesday 30 March 2022 (15:00-16:30)
Location
Zoom
Description
David Berliner (Laboratoire d'Anthropologie des Mondes Contemporains, Université Libre de Bruxelles) will be joining us to discuss his work on 'Immersive Practices and Experimental Worlds: A Comparative Ethnography'.
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12Apr

Critical Orwell: an online conference

Dates
Tuesday 12 April (00:00) - Thursday 14 April 2022 (00:00)
Location
Online - a zoom link will be sent to you following registration
Description
This online conference hosted by the University of Birmingham is on George Orwell's writing, life, politics, and legacies.
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27Apr

The Commonwealth Games: A Roundtable Discussion

Dates
Wednesday 27 April 2022 (14:00-15:30)
Location
Zoom
Description
Roundtable discussion on the meaning(s) of the Commonwealth Games through time (past, present, future) and how this relates to conversations about citizenship, race, and belonging in the shadow of the British empire.