News in the College of Arts and Law

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

How can the works of Shakespeare help to improve the lives of disadvantaged social groups?

How can the works of Shakespeare help to improve the lives of disadvantaged social groups?

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Shakespeare Institute PhD student Rowan Mackenzie discusses her work in applied Shakespeare, particularly her own organisation Shakespeare Unbard.
Date:
Thursday 2 July 2020
The Epistemic Innocence of Irrational Beliefs

The Epistemic Innocence of Irrational Beliefs

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Virtual launch for Lisa Bortolotti's book published by Oxford University Press.
Date:
Tuesday 30 June 2020
£2.15 million global research to look into fundamental issues concerning religious concepts and beliefs

£2.15 million global research to look into fundamental issues concerning religious concepts and beliefs

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£2.15 million from the John Templeton Foundation and the Dynamic Investment Fund (DIF) will look into global research concerning religious concepts and beliefs.
Date:
Monday 29 June 2020
Harold Pinter online database launched

Harold Pinter online database launched

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Dr Catriona Fallow, part of the research team of the AHRC funded Harold Pinter: Histories and Legacies project, are pleased to announce the launch of an extensive online database.
Date:
Monday 29 June 2020

Ad Alta: The Birmingham Journal of Literature, Volume XI: Communities

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Latest volume of the interdisciplinary, peer-reviewed journal, edited by English Literature doctoral researchers Liam Knight and Jayde Martin.
Date:
Monday 29 June 2020
'A Delphic oracle?' What does the recent EU Commission's trade policy review mean?

'A Delphic oracle?' What does the recent EU Commission's trade policy review mean?

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Dr Luca Rubini writes an an Op-Ed for EU Law Live on the public consultation for a comprehensive review of EU trade policy
Date:
Thursday 25 June 2020
New book released: Women Art Workers and the Arts and Crafts Movement

New book released: Women Art Workers and the Arts and Crafts Movement

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Women Art Workers and the Arts and Crafts by Dr Zoë Thomas.
Date:
Thursday 25 June 2020
Beyonce and Shakespeare - you can't go wrong

Beyonce and Shakespeare - you can't go wrong

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Charlie Bannocks (MA Shakespeare and Creativity) shares her love of A Midsummer Night's Dream - from her own experience of directing productions in Russia to puppets.
Date:
Thursday 25 June 2020
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