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Poetry reading: Terrance Hayes

Poetry reading: Terrance Hayes
Date
17/10/2018
Description
For students of American and Canadian Studies - a rare UK appearance from one of America's most important contemporary poets.

Film screening: What is Democracy?

Film screening: What is Democracy?
Date
17/10/2018
Description
The opening documentary of the 2018 Screening Rights Film Festival, exploring why democracy seems to be failing everywhere.

Café Masters for College of Arts and Law

Date
18/10/2018
Description
Café Masters is an informal networking events for prospective masters students at the University of Birmingham to find out more about studying a Masters programme in the College of Arts and Law.

Café PhD for College of Arts and Law

Date
18/10/2018
Description
Café PhD is an informal networking event for prospective students to find out more about studying a PhD programme in the College of Arts and Law.

Undergraduate Open Day

Undergraduate Open Day
Date
20/10/2018
Description
The perfect opportunity to hear first-hand from our current students and teaching staff about living and learning at Birmingham.

Babylon (1980)

Date
22/10/2018
Description
Screening of Babylon (1980), followed by a panel discussion featuring Dr Rob Waters (History), Dr Sadiah Qureshi (History), and Professor Gavin Schaffer (History).

The Color of Hours: Race, Time, and Space in the Making of Postwar Detroit

The Color of Hours: Race, Time, and Space in the Making of Postwar Detroit
Date
24/10/2018
Description
Dr Paul Lawrie (University of Winnipeg)

Reading, Writing, and Racism: Ralph Ellison's Invisible Man and African American Literacy in Cold War America

Reading, Writing, and Racism: Ralph Ellison's Invisible Man and African American Literacy in Cold War America
Date
19/11/2018
Description
Dr Kristin Matthews (Brigham Young University) delivers a talk, followed by a Q&A.
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