News in Languages, Cultures, Art History and Music

Dr Kate Ince secures £36,000 AHRC Network grant

Dr Kate Ince secures £36,000 AHRC Network grant
Description
Dr Kate Ince, Reader in French Film and Gender Studies in the School of Languages, Cultures, Art History and Music, has secured a £36,000 AHRC Network grant to run the project 'Serge Daney and Queer Cinephilia.'
Date:
19/04/2018

Dr Fernando Gómez Herrero at the International Conference of the Historical Links between Spain and North America

Dr Fernando Gómez Herrero at the International Conference of the Historical Links between Spain and North America
Description
Dr Fernando Gómez Herrero presented his paper "Francisco de Vitoria in Daniel Patrick Moynihan's On the Law of Nations"
Date:
18/04/2018

Dr Hilary Brown gives invited talk in Poland

Dr Hilary Brown gives invited talk in Poland
Description
Two-day international workshop on 'Feminism and Gender in Translation'.
Date:
17/04/2018

The Gadget Show calls in Birmingham French Poetry experts to help test latest translation technology

The Gadget Show calls in Birmingham French Poetry experts to help test latest translation technology
Description
Dr Nina Rolland and Professor Helen Abbot feature in Channel 5 show.
Date:
17/04/2018

Continuity and rupture

Continuity and rupture
Description
Professor Matthew Rampley awarded a €2.4 million Advanced Grant by the European Research Council.
Date:
17/04/2018

Midlands Arts Papers is now live

Midlands Arts Papers is now live
Description
Bringing together 11 public art collections across the Midlands and researchers from the University of Birmingham, issue one of new online research resource and journal 'Midlands Art Papers' (MAP) is now live.
Date:
11/04/2018

Press Release: Creative Rage Exhibition at The Potteries Museum and Art Gallery

Press Release: Creative Rage Exhibition at The Potteries Museum and Art Gallery
Description
Creative Rage is a group show of artists exploring themes of bravery, aggression and trailblazing combative non-conformity. The three generations of artists in this exhibition are proud, committed and uncompromising members of the progressive LGBTQ artistic community and create work that is powerful and flamboyant, liberating and often witty as well as visually startling.
Date:
10/04/2018

BBC Radio 3 to broadcast work by University of Birmingham composers

BBC Radio 3 to broadcast work by University of Birmingham composers
Description
Concerts from this year's CrossCurrents festival including work from University of Birmingham composers, Michael Zev Gordon and Ryan Latimer, and the launch of LOKI ensemble, conducted by University of Birmingham conductor, Daniele Rosina, will be broadcast on Saturday 7 April and available on iplayer after that
Date:
05/04/2018

Birmingham University Singers perform Debussy at Symphony Hall with CBSO

Birmingham University Singers perform Debussy at Symphony Hall with CBSO
Description
Birmingham University Singers were pleased to perform this month with the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra and conductor, Mirga Gražinytė-Tyla, at Symphony Hall, Birmingham as part of the city-wide CBSO Debussy Festival.
Date:
21/03/2018

Nineteenth-Century Hispanistas Network Annual Conference

Nineteenth-Century Hispanistas Network Annual Conference
Description
Birmingham's Professor Andrew Ginger spoke on 'The Prado Museum and the Aesthetic Approach to History'
Date:
16/03/2018
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