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NEWS

Conflict-Related Sexual Violence and the International Policy Level: Why Resilience Matters

Conflict-Related Sexual Violence and the International Policy Level: Why Resilience Matters
Description
Professor Janine Natalya Clark writes for the CSRS research blog

Young writers in Birmingham invited to write Water Stories

Young writers in Birmingham invited to write Water Stories
Description
This year's theme is 'Water Stories'. The competition, hosted by the National Literacy Trust and the University of Birmingham

SHaC's Henry Chapman contributes to Addressing the Climate Challenge publication

SHaC's Henry Chapman contributes to Addressing the Climate Challenge publication
Description
Entitled Addressing the climate challenge, the report is the work of nearly 100 contributors spread across five continents – all led by academics from the UoB

EVENTS

Sharing Reads and References

Sharing Reads and References
Date
29/09/2021
Description
SHaC staff are invited to come together to talk about (2-3 mins each) the thought-provoking articles, books, and documentaries they have encountered over the summer.

Psychological 'treatments' for homosexuality and gender non-conformity: a roundtable discussion on histories and legacies

Psychological 'treatments' for homosexuality and gender non-conformity: a roundtable discussion on histories and legacies
Date
06/10/2021
Description
An interdisciplinary discussion on the histories of psychological 'treatments' for homosexuality and gender non-conformity.

Network for New York School Studies Inaugural Poetry Event

Date
09/10/2021
Description
Join us for the Network's inaugural poetry reading!
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Everything to Everybody

A collaboration with Birmingham City Council will revive the fortunes of the Birmingham Shakespeare Memorial Library