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Research informs new campaign to end the Vagrancy Act

Research informs new campaign to end the Vagrancy Act

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Nick Crowson from the Department of History has contributed to a report by Crisis – a national charity for homeless people - that will be launched in the House of Commons today.
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19/06/2019

19 June: The International Day for the Elimination of Sexual Violence in Conflict

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Professor Janine Natalya Clark with her latest story from the field.
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19/06/2019
The pelican paintings that changed art forever

The pelican paintings that changed art forever

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5 star review in The Guardian for exhibition co-curated by MA Art History and Curating students.
Date:
18/06/2019

It is time to acknowledge sexual violence as a weapon of war

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On the 6th October 2018, the world woke up to the news that the Nobel Peace Prize, had been awarded to anti-rape activists Nadia Murad and Dr. Denis Mukwege.
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18/06/2019

It is time to acknowledge sexual violence as a weapon of war

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On the 6th October 2018, the world woke up to the news that the Nobel Peace Prize, had been awarded to anti-rape activists Nadia Murad and Dr. Denis Mukwege.
Date:
18/06/2019
Philosophy PhD student awarded prestigious prize

Philosophy PhD student awarded prestigious prize

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Philosophy PhD student Federico Bongiorno has been awarded the Michael K. O'Rourke prize for best PhD publication by the College of Arts and Law for an original research paper on delusions.
Date:
12/06/2019
Medieval Magic: Music Dept's Andrew Kirkman praised in Guardian newspaper

Medieval Magic: Music Dept's Andrew Kirkman praised in Guardian newspaper

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Review of Binchois Consort's "Music for Saint Katherine"
Date:
11/06/2019
New campaign to end the effects of lookism by collective social action

New campaign to end the effects of lookism by collective social action

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Professor Heather Widdows, from the University of Birmingham, is calling for collective social action to acknowledge the effects of lookism* in our visual and virtual culture.
Date:
10/06/2019
Lisa Downing's work on Selfish Women showcased in an opinion piece on Theresa May in the shadow of Margaret Thatcher

Lisa Downing's work on Selfish Women showcased in an opinion piece on Theresa May in the shadow of Margaret Thatcher

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Professor of French Discourses of Sexuality in the Department of Modern Languages writes for the Huffington Post
Date:
10/06/2019

De-Naturalising War Commemoration

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As we emerge from a period recalling World War One we approach the 75th anniversary of one of the crucial events of World War Two
Date:
06/06/2019
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