BCMCR Research Seminar

Parkside - P233 5 Cardigan Street, Birmingham

BCMCR Research Seminar: Journalism, Activism, Community – Representation and voice   Dr. Andrew Jones (University of Warwick) - Jonathan Dimbleby's Unknown Famine: Television, Humanitarianism and Politics in Britain This paper discusses how television coverage of major disasters in the global South shaped the historical and political trajectory of humanitarian aid in Britain. It does so through a case study […]

PGR Studio Shut-up and Write

Parkside - P233 5 Cardigan Street, Birmingham

PGR Studio Shut-up and Write    Please join us for our next Shut-up and Write session on Wednesday 30th March 2016, at 1-4pm in P233 (2nd floor, Parkside building). At these monthly gatherings, we engage with a curated list of texts, including but not limited to excerpts from PhD student work, staff and researchers publications […]

Shut Up & Write!

Parkside - P233 5 Cardigan Street, Birmingham

Our monthly Shut Up & Write sessions provide the time and the space for you to focus and get on with your own writing. Whatever stage you are at in your PhD, join us over coffee and a biscuit or two to increase your writing productivity with like-minded researchers.

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