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Warwick launches cash prize to help transform translation into English

The University of Warwick is launching The Warwick Prize for Women in Translation, which will be awarded for the first time in November 2017. The prize aims to address the gender imbalance in translated literature and to increase the number of international women’s voices accessible by a British and Irish readership.

Wed 08 March 2017, 16:13

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Odysseus and Aeneas: Precedents to Machiavelli’s Prince?

Read Matthew Smith's Classical Texting blogpost on Machiavelli, Homer, and Virgil's multi-talented leaders here.

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Complete University Guide rankings

The Complete University Guide rankings were published yesterday, and the department continues its strong performance in national and international league tables. For Creative Writing, the department's Warwick Writing Programme is ranked at number 1 in the UK. For English, we are 9th, and for Theatre Studies (categorised as Drama, Dance and Cinematics), 5th.

Other Warwick departments with joint degrees with English have also performed strongly: Film and Television Studies (categorised as Drame, Dance and Cinematics) and German and Philosophy are each ranked as 5th, and French, Hispanic Studies (categorised as Iberian Languages) and Italian are each at 7th.

The University is ranked at 8th nationally and is the highest rated university in the West Midlands.

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Dr. Helen Wheatley wins Best Monograph and Dr. Julie Lobalzo-Wright wins Best Edited Collection at BAFTSS (British Association of Film, Television and Screen Studies) awards

The Dept. of Film and Television Studies are very proud to announce that two members of staff were award winners at the recent BAFTSS (British Association of Film, Television and Screen Studies) awards. Dr. Helen Wheatley's book 'Spectacular Television' won Best Monograph and Lucy Bolton and Julie Lobalzo Wright won Best Edited Collection for 'Lasting Screen Stars'.

Find out more and see the full list of winners here:

wheatley lobalzo-wright

Sun 23 April 2017, 23:30 | Tags: staff News Publications Research impact Research news

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Students: do you want to spend your summer in China?

Consider applying for the Tsinghua Summer School Scholarship in Beijing!

Deadline 24 March

Thu 09 March 2017, 12:18 | Tags: Undergraduate Funding Competition

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Dr. Sciampacone will be presenting a paper at interdisciplinary Victorian Studies seminar.

Amanda Sciampacone will be presenting a paper on '"Animalized Atmospheres": Climatology and Disease in Victorian Britain' tomorrow at the Midlands Interdisciplinary Victorian Studies Seminar (MIVSS) on Victorians and the Environment to be held at Birmingham City University. The MIVSS is a group for scholars working on any aspect of nineteenth-century culture in the Midlands. MIVSS meets twice a year to have a day of themed discussion and to share research.

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Warwick alumnus and BBC radio presenter Abbie McCarthy featured in The Independent


Warwick alumnus and BBC radio presenter Abbie McCarthy chooses her top music picks for this week in The Independent:

Thu 27 April 2017, 16:04 | Tags: alumni, press

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The Future of Creativity Symposium

The Centre for Cultural and Media Policy Studies invites you to an event, The Future of Creativity on Thursday 6th July in the Helen Martin Studio, Warwick Arts Centre.

Recent years have seen an explosion of scholarly interest in creativity as the creative industries have moved from the margins to the centre of economic life. Creativity, and creative thinking can, it seems, provide solutions to a wide range of the social, economic and political dilemmas that contemporary societies face.

The Centre for Cultural and Media Policy Studies at the University of Warwick has spent over twenty years engaged in debates about the status and meaning of creativity, reflecting on and researching its role in social and political life and preparing students for work in the arts, media and creative industries. In this one day symposium, we invite researchers, teachers and practitioners to help us in re-imagining creativity for the future.

The day will be organised around two themes - Creativity and Democracy and Creativity and Sustainability. It will feature contributions from Nick Wilson (King’s College London), Farzhana Khan (Shake!) Sholeh Johnson (Julie’s Bicycle),Kate Sayer (Warwick Arts Centre) and Chris Bilton, Nadine Holdsworth, Lee Martin and Pietari Kaapa (University of Warwick)

Lunch is provided. Please register your intention to attend

Mon 24 April 2017, 15:56 | Tags: Alumni Research Seminars Events Students Faculty of Arts

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Congratulations to Kayte Stokoe on passing her PhD viva!

Congratulations to Kayte Stokoe on passing her PhD viva! Kayte’s thesis, entitled ‘Reframing Drag Performance: Beyond Theorisations of Drag as Subverting or Upholding the Status Quo’, was supervised by Dr Oliver Davis.

Mon 27 March 2017, 16:13 | Tags: Translation Studies - News French - News

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HRC Newsletter - Issue 15 - CALL FOR ARTICLES

Please submit articles on current or forthcoming research. These could be descriptions of funded research projects or short extracts from your upcoming books or articles. We would also welcome reports on HRC sponsored events, as well as more general pieces on the research activities of your group, centre or department.

Articles should be approximately 300 words in length (max) and accompanied by a copyright free image (JPG) 

Deadline for submissions: Wednesday 26th July 2017  

Please e-mail articles and images to: Sue Rae -

Previous editions of the newsletter can be found here

Thu 27 April 2017, 13:24 | Tags: Publications Humanities Research Centre News