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Belladonna announced as winner of 2018 Warwick Prize for Women in Translation

Belladonna by Daša Drndić, translated from Croatian by Celia Hawkesworth and published by Maclehose Press, has been announced as the 2018 winner of the Warwick Prize for Women in Translation.

Wed 14 November 2018, 11:48 | Tags: English, Warwick Prize for Women in Translation

Very preterm babies’ head size can help identify long-term IQ problems through regular checks

Regular early head circumference assessments add valuable information when screening for long-term neurocognitive risk – according to new research by an international research collaboration, including the University of Warwick, UK and the University of Tennessee Knoxville, US.

Wed 14 November 2018, 08:48 | Tags: Pscyhology

Why women go to war – new study reveals motivations of female militia fighters

Women militia members make a positive choice to join combat units and are motivated by similar factors to male fighters, according to a new study by Dr Jennifer Philippa Eggert of the University of Warwick which draws on the experiences of women fighters in Lebanon to challenge current theories about female fighters.


New multi-million-pound ‘Smart City Mobility Centre’ announced for Warwickshire & West Midlands

It will prototype new vehicles and systems that will transform UK transport, by bringing together WMG at the University of Warwick’s research expertise, and Jaguar Land Rover’s leading research and engineering capabilities.

Tue 13 November 2018, 08:37 | Tags: University of Warwick, WMG, Wellesbourne

Dr William Barylo and Dr Martha McGill awarded British Academy Postdoctoral Fellowships

Dr William Barylo, Department of Sociology, and Dr Martha McGill, Department of History, have been awarded Postdoctoral Fellowships by the British Academy to pursue their research on “The Diaspora Strikes Back: lived religion, arts and activism among Sikh and Muslim millennials in Europe” and "Bodies, Selves and the Supernatural in early Modern Britain" respectively.

Fri 09 November 2018, 13:05 | Tags: sociology, research, Fellowship, History

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