News in the College of Arts and Law

Latest news stories drawn from the Schools and Departments of the College of Arts and Law.

Module focus: Critical Approaches to Heritage

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IIICH's Dr John Carman talks about our module which explores how heritage values are generated, identified, valued and protected.
Date:
Friday 12 July 2019
Shakespeare and Creativity MA students performed two new plays at The Other Place

Shakespeare and Creativity MA students performed two new plays at The Other Place

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As part of their Shakespeare and Creativity MA, students from the University of Birmingham have presented two new plays in response to Shakespeare at The Other Place.
Date:
Thursday 11 July 2019
Report on professional policing in Greece

Report on professional policing in Greece

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Report prepared by Dr Natasa Mavronicola, Senior Lecturer in Law at Birmingham Law School, University ofBirmingham.
Date:
Thursday 11 July 2019
Hierarchies of rape and sexual violence

Hierarchies of rape and sexual violence

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Professor Janine Natalya Clark with her latest story from the field.
Date:
Tuesday 9 July 2019
IATIS 2018

IATIS 2018

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Report from the sixth International Association for Translation and Intercultural Studies, held in Hong Kong.
Date:
Monday 8 July 2019
'How to write a female villain' creative writing competition winners visit campus

'How to write a female villain' creative writing competition winners visit campus

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The three winners of the ´╗┐GLARE competition visited campus today, where Pro-Vice Chancellor Professor Michael Whitby, presented them with a certificate and a set of signed books by author Robin Stevens.
Date:
Friday 5 July 2019

Department of Modern Languages welcomes Brazil Visiting Fellow, Dr Ana Calindro (UFRJ)

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Dr Calindro, from the Department of Linguistics and Philology, UFRJ, is spending two months at the Department of Modern Languages collaborating with Dr Alice Corr as part of Birmingham's Brazil Visiting Fellow Scheme.
Date:
Friday 5 July 2019
Module Focus: Shakespeare in Asia

Module Focus: Shakespeare in Asia

Description
Students studying on our Shakespeare Institute distance learning programmes have the unique opportunity to study the performance of Shakespeare in Asia.
Date:
Friday 5 July 2019
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