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NEWS

How do you exhibit National Socialism?

A picture containing the building skyline of the City of Nuremberg in Germany

Dr Thomas Brodie, Lecturer in 20th- Century European History, shares his experience of visiting and speaking at a conference in Nuremberg.

Dan Leno’s Mother Goose

Audience members sat watching a performance

Dr Caroline Radcliffe takes a look back at a production staged 120 years ago, starring an earlier Pantomime Dame, Dan Leno.

Fall in with Shakespeare this Autumn

A performance of Shakespeare

The Shakespeare Institute, in collaboration with the Royal Shakespeare Company (RSC), is launching its latest short course, Fall in with Shakespeare this month.

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EVENTS

Writing the good city: coping, restoration and repair in urban environments

Writing the good city: coping, restoration and repair in urban environments
Date
07/12/2022
Description
Organised by the Centre for Urban Wellbeing, Mental Health Humanities Network and Department of English Literature at the University of Birmingham. Registration is free and includes lunch and refreshments.

New Directions for a Science of Consciousness

New Directions for a Science of Consciousness
Date
07/12/2022
Description
We ask three experts to tell us about recent developments in the science and philosophy of consciousness.

Rethinking populism in Europe: an interdisciplinary roundtable on populist movements in history and today

Rethinking populism in Europe: an interdisciplinary roundtable on populist movements in history and today
Date
07/12/2022
Description
This roundtable argues that to understand its contemporary manifestations, we need to study populism's historical roots, its engagement with other political movements and its impact on political structures.
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Everything to Everybody

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