Named as one of Powerful Media's 2022/23 Future Leaders and a semi-finalist in targetjobs Black Heritage Undergraduate of the Year Awards, Nosa Charles-Novia (BA Film and Literature, 2022) is studying for an MA in Writing and working as a film-critic intern. Here she tells us about her Warwick experience so far and why that little voice in your head is your most powerful weapon.
The Digital Humanities for Postgraduate Researchers certificate, which ran for the first time in 2022, saw the development and submission of an exciting range of digital research and teaching projects. Raad Khair Allah, a PhD candidate in the Department of English and Comparative Literary, used Miro to explore the "Marginalization of Arab Women and Revolutionising Patriarchy”. In this project she demonstrated how Arab women challenge patriarchal notions of gender in Arab Society through writing, film and visual arts. Her digital project is now reaching an international audience, having been accepted by the Pacific Ancient and Modern Language Association (PAMLA) Arts matter 2022 for publication on their website.
This January, the Warwick's Department of Classics and Ancient History presents: Assemblywomen! An Ancient Greek comedy bought to the modern stage at Warwick Arts Centre.
Written by Aristophanes, this play follows the women of Athens as they disguise themselves as men to infiltrate the government and take over the city.
The citizens of Athens are then left trying to adapt to their new leadership, resulting in a series of ridiculous situations.