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NEWS

Birmingham postgraduate Music students hear from leading choral composers

Description
Postgraduate conductors and composers at the University of Birmingham this month received guest talks from leading international choral composers.

Birmingham Law School announces Kalisher Trust scholarship

Birmingham Law School announces Kalisher Trust scholarship
Description
Information about the Kalisher Trust scholarship for LLM Taught Masters students announced by Birmingham Law School for 2021

Grant success for Post-Socialist Britain project

Grant success for Post-Socialist Britain project
Description
Professor Sara Jones, Dr Charlotte Galpin (University of Birmingham) and Dr Jenny Wüstenberg (Nottingham Trent University) have received a grant of £935k from the Arts and Humanities Research Council.

EVENTS

Queer New York: Online Roundtable Discussion

Queer New York: Online Roundtable Discussion
Date
03/02/2021
Description
An interdisciplinary roundtable discussion focussing on the period from the 1960s to the present. Speakers include Sarah Schulman, Fiona Anderson, Darius Bost, and Gavin Butt. Chaired by Rona Cran and John Fagg

Language Structure and Language Use: Ted Gibson

Language Structure and Language Use: Ted Gibson
Date
09/02/2021
Description
Ted Gibson (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) explores the connection between language structure and language use for the Birmingham Lectures series.

Shakespeare, Race and Pedagogy

Shakespeare, Race and Pedagogy
Date
15 - 20/02/2021
Description
A five-day, free, online event which seeks to share, celebrate, and reinvigorate approaches to the teaching and study of Shakespeare's plays, curated by our own PhD student and English teacher Wendy Lennon.
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Everything to Everybody

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