Warwick FTV alumnus Kat Sadler (class of 2015) is the creator and star of the new BBC sitcom, ‘Such Brave Girls’.
The show is available to watch now on the BBC iPlayer.
Global History Prize dissertation 2021-22 published
The International History Review journal has published an article by History alumnus Sam Matthews Boehmer, winner of the Global History Prize dissertation from 2021-22.
Read the full article "Questionable Allies: British Collaboration with Apartheid South Africa, 1960–90" here.
Sky Arts film Monday 16th May 11pm
Our wonderfully talented alumna Susie Sillett made a short film for Sky Arts as part of 'Unlocked' a series of ten commissions for Coventry City of Culture, with the help of Rural Media. It will be shown on Sky Arts (available on Freeview) with four other short films at 11pm Monday, May 16th.
Professor Mandy Sadan was interviewed by the Democratic Voice of Burma (DVB), Burma's largest independent media network for their podcast series 'DVB Reads'.
At the start of March, we invited some of our graduates to share their journeys from Warwick to what they're doing now. Organised by our Employability and Placement Manager, Bodrun Nahar, the event gave current students the opportunity to hear directly from alumni about their experiences of entering the world of work and further study.
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