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Classics News and Events

Tokens and religious diversity in Late Antiquity

British Academy Visiting Fellow Cristian Mondello explores some of the tokens of Late Antiquity in this blog.


English and Comparative Literary Studies News

Prof Tony Howard - Shakespeare and the Refugees

A new film of Shakespeare's great speech opposing prejudice. Filmed in Leeds for BBAShakespeare and Prof Tony Howard.

Working with the director Peter Trifunovic, Professor Tony Howard (English Department/Warwick's Multicultural Shakespeare Project) has put together a short film which takes speeches believed to be by Shakespeare and transplants them to a pub in Leeds today. Across the centuries, it speaks powerfully about intolerance and the refugee crisis - during Refugee Week 2018.

World Refugee Day. The Strangers' Case www.youtube.com

Please watch and Spread The Words.

This new film based on a four hundred year old speech shows fear of immigration is nothing new.

In 1517 anti-immigrant riots broke out in London. Thomas More, then a deputy Sheriff of the city, intervened.

Decades later William Shakespeare wrote a speech for the play 'Sir Thomas More', in which More defended asylum seekers - 'the strangers'.

#RefugeeWeek2018 #WorldRefugeeDay

Thu 21 June 2018, 14:05 | Tags: Theatre Studies, Shakespeare

Film and Television Studies News

Exhibition to open: 'Dream Makers: Italian Cinema and Its Great Producers'

The Producers Project is proud to announce the opening our exhibtion, 'Dream Makers', curated in collaboration with the Cineteca of Bologna. Salaborsa (Piazza Coperta), Bologna: 22 June - 9 September, 2018. Admission free

Wed 13 June 2018, 11:22 | Tags: Events News Research news Italian Producers

History News

2018 Arts Faculty Research Poster Competition

Dave SteeleCongratulations to Dave Steele, History Department PhD student, the winner of the 2018 Arts Faculty Research Poster Competition.

The Poster Competition is an annual event for students to hone their poster design, presentation and public engagement skills. The competition brings together Postgraduate Researchers from across all disciplines at Warwick to compete for both Faculty and overall winners prizes.

In addition to designing their poster, students present their poster to pairs of judges drawn from both business and academia, and colleagues at Warwick from all academic disciplines and central departments. The challenge is to ensure that students can explain their research to a broad audience.

For more details, please see https://warwick.ac.uk/services/skills/pgr/opportunities/showcase/postercompetition.

 

Fri 22 June 2018, 17:53 | Tags: Research Postgraduate Competition Faculty of Arts

History of Art News

OPEN DAY today! A warm welcome to all our visitors.

Open Days are an opportunity to visit our Department, meet staff and students, attend a presentation, and tour the campus. You can find out more about booking a place on a future open day on the University of Warwick Open Day information page. We look forward to meeting you.

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Fri 22 June 2018, 12:54 | Tags: General

Theatre and Peformance Studies News

AWPN - New Collection of Plays is Shining the Light on African Women Playwrights

The African Women's Playwright Network is publishing a new collection of plays, Contemporary plays by African Woman, by African playwrights from Egypt, Cameroon, Nigeria, Kenya, Uganda, Zimbabwe and South Africa. See Brittle Paper post on its significance, https://brittlepaper.com/2018Contemporary Plays by African Women/04/collection-contemporary-plays-african-women/

Fri 20 April 2018, 12:51 | Tags: impat, Yvette Hutchison

Cultural and Media Policy Studies News and Events

New Post - Assistant Professor Cultural Policy/Arts Management - deadline 15th April 2018

Assistant Professor- Warwick - Cultural Policy - Arts Management

 

Permanent Position £39,992 to £47,722 per annum

 

The Centre wishes to appoint an Assistant Professor in Cultural Policy and/or Arts Management to play a leading role in the Centre’s teaching, research and administration. This is an exciting opportunity to develop innovative approaches in a mainly postgraduate context with the potential to contribute to the development and delivery of undergraduate programmes. Working with a committed team of colleagues, CCMPS at Warwick has an excellent international reputation for research in the creative industries, arts and enterprise, media and cultural policy, and media, culture and communication. You will build on and complement the Centre’s research and teaching strengths.....

 

 

Tue 03 April 2018, 15:02 | Tags: News

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Humanities Research Centre Workshop Series 2018/19

The Humanities Research Centre invites expressions of interest from academic staff, PhD students, postdoctoral and teaching fellows across the Arts Faculty whose current work intersects with our annual theme. A group of ten participants will meet twice per term over lunch on Fridays (12-2 pm), with a final day-long public event to conclude the series in the summer. Members will be expected to attend all sessions, which will run as work-in-progress seminars for the discussion of individual research as well as wider issues in the field. Places will come with a £500 research account each and be allocated with a view to optimizing the range of perspectives and expertise within the group.

Tue 22 May 2018, 12:37 | Tags: Humanities Research Centre News Funding Opportunity

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Research Fellow Post

Applications are invited for a Research Fellow in the Centre for Interdisciplinary Methodologies (CIM)

Sun 03 June 2018, 15:16 | Tags: news-item-2