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Envisioning Community: Space, Place and Translating the Past in 19th and 20th Century Britain

Envisioning Community is a one-day multidisciplinary conference held on Saturday 27 February exploring how approaches to the study of community can better inform our understanding of the historical past.
Fri 05 Feb 2010, 10:19 | Tags: Conference, Research, History

Exhibition of Great Depression Documents

A new exhibition of contemporary documents about the Wall Street Crash and economic crisis of the 1930s are now on display at the Modern Records Centre.
Mon 27 Apr 2009, 17:24 | Tags: Research, Economics, History

The Last Women take to the 'stage'

A collaborative research project between The Centre for the History of Medicine and the Triangle Theatre Company draws to a close with performances at Coventry's Belgrade Theatre this week.
Mon 20 Apr 2009, 11:05 | Tags: Research, Medicine and Health, Culture, Theatre, Performance, History

'Shakespeare Found' Film is Top Download on iTunes U

A University of Warwick production about a newly discovered Shakespeare portrait has become the most downloaded film on Apple's iTunes U service.
Tue 17 Mar 2009, 12:20 | Tags: Media, Culture, English, History

Warwick scientists help restore Roman statue

Scientists from WMG at the University of Warwick are helping to restore a 2000 year old Roman statue to her former glory.
Thu 08 Jan 2009, 12:15 | Tags: History, Academic Staff

Warwick in Venice Summer School

A new Venice Summer School exploring global arts will take place at the University’s Palazzo Pesaro Papafava in Summer 2009.
Wed 19 Nov 2008, 17:17 | Tags: Culture, Art, History, Postgraduate Students

‘Who do you think you are?’

Warwick academic, Professor Bernard Capp will be appearing on BBC’s Who Do You Think You Are?’ with actor Kevin Whately (Auf Wiedersehen Pet, Inspector Morse and Lewis) discussing his 17th century ancestors.
Mon 22 Sep 2008, 12:31 | Tags: History, Academic Staff, Celebrities and Personalities

A Fine Line to Cross

New research from the University of Warwick reveals that, despite receiving praise for its objectivity in a country where different versions of what happened in the past can be used as political weapons, today history teaching in some schools across Northern Ireland may be overbalanced to the point of blandness.

Stoneleigh and Ashow Parish Councillors Visit the University

Members of the Joint Parish Council of Stoneleigh and Ashow recently visited The University of Warwick and were treated to a tour of campus along with a presentation explaining the history of the University and how it has developed over the years.

Wed 11 Aug 2004, 14:55 | Tags: University Affairs, Campus Life, Community, History

Fancy something to do at lunch?

Why not engage your mind at the Mead Gallery new series of lunchtime events called Perspectives?
Wed 11 Aug 2004, 09:38 | Tags: Business, Philosophy, University Affairs, Art, History

Pouring Paint Down the Walls of the New Maths & Stats Building

Next Monday Ian Davenport, a Turner Prize-nominated artist, will be preparing to start work on a large-scale lottery-funded piece of art in the new Maths and Stats Building. The artist will be working in situ as he pours paint down a 30 x 35-foot wall to create a shimmering curtain of colour. University Members are welcome to watch him work
Mon 09 Aug 2004, 15:14 | Tags: University Services, University Affairs, Art, History

Student Employee of the Year Award

Do you have a hardworking student employed in your department? Does that person go above and beyond the call of duty? Want to recognise their efforts but a bottle of wine or a voucher from Costcutter won't do?

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