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COTCA Autumn Seminar Series 2021

Date
Thursday 16th September - Thursday 28th October
Location:
Online (Zoom)
Description
COTCA autumn seminar series: Bodies of Occupation: Monsters, Queers, and Others

Classics and Archaeology research seminar - How production values can enhance the narrative in educational video communications

Date
Tuesday 26th October
Location:
Microsoft Teams online event
Description
Join the Department of Classics and Archaeology for this week's research seminar, featuring a presentation from Paul Drew.

Classics and Archaeology research seminar student double bill

Date
Tuesday 2nd November
Location:
Microsoft Teams online event
Description
Join the Department of Classics and Archaeology for their first research seminar of the autumn semester, featuring talks from Beatrice Walbank and Ashley Chhibber.

Midland4Cities application writing workshop - Birmingham

Date
Saturday 6th November
Description
In-person event.
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Understanding and Improving Public Engagement with Holocaust Photography

Description
Multimedia exhibition Eye as Witness: Photographing the Holocaust with Professor Maiken Umbach.
Funding for a PhD

Funding for a PhD

Description
Funding, training, networking. Application deadline 12 January 2022.
Ross Balzaretti co-authors book on the topographical art of north-west Italy

Ross Balzaretti co-authors book on the topographical art of north-west Italy

Description
History academic, Professor Ross Balzaretti, publishes a book on topographical art in north-west Italy.

Ukrainian community history film

Description
Documentary to premier this Sunday after research support from Dr Nick Baron in the Department of History.

Jeremy Taylor to speak at joint webinar event

Description
Jeremy Taylor speaks about recent book at Visual Histories of 20th Century Occupation webinar
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