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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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Welfare, Disability, and the Athenian Judiciary

Annie Sharples writes about ancient and modern welfare state in her article for Classical Texting.

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Sarah Moss shortlisted for Wellcome Book Prize, for The Tidal Zone,

Congratulations to Sarah Moss, shortlisted for Wellcome Book Prize, for her novel The Tidal Zone. The prize "celebrates exceptional works of fiction and non-fiction that engage with the topics of health and medicine and the many ways they touch our lives."

Sarah Moss is a professor, teaching on the Warwick Writing Programme.

Mon 20 March 2017, 15:19 | Tags: Writing Programme, Prizes, awards, long / shortlist, Staff

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Warwick announces 100 MA Scholarships

There are 100 scholarships of £5,000 available under the Warwick Taught Masters Scholarships Scheme, for taught masters students starting their course at Warwick this autumn.

The Warwick Taught Masters Scholarship has helped me to focus exclusively on my studies. The Scholarship represents a unique opportunity, giving students the financial freedom to dedicate their time to what interests and inspires them.

Frances Riley, MA Global Media and Communication

To find out more about funding your Postgraduate course at Warwick, click HERE

Sat 11 March 2017, 13:17 | Tags: News Research funding

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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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Amanda Sciampacone will present a paper on "Dirty Father Thames" at Water conference.

Amanda will be presenting a paper entitled "Dirty Father Thames" and the Microscopic Grotesque: Cholera and Water after John Snow at the Northern Nineteenth-Century Network's Water Conference at Leeds Trinity University next month.

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Dr. Yvette Hutchison and Dr. Tim White collaborate with JC Niala for 'Who You Think We Are' at Tate Modern, 14 March


Yvette Hutchison and Tim White were selected to work with Kenyan artist, JC Niala for the Tate Exchange for their Who Are We? free 6-day cross-platform event that has been specifically designed for Tate Exchange reflecting on identity, belonging in Europe and the UK, migration and citizenship through arts and audience participation. For the full programme, see

Their performance conversation, Who Do You Think We Are, runs on Tuesday 12.00-15.30 in the Southwark,Room, 5th Floor, Tate Modern for about 30-45 minutes. It aims to engage and disrupt audience member’s internal assumptions about how we attribute identities to people without having met them. We invite audiences to engage with unknown subjects who share images, stories and gestural repertoires to playfully deconstruct the first assumptions we make about people, while considering the deeper paradoxes of cross-cultural living, and how we create, perform and negotiate personal and collective identity and a sense of belonging.


Wed 08 March 2017, 13:55 | Tags: staff, impact

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CCPS Research seminar: Everyday Participation

CCPS warmly invites you to our final research seminar of this year.

On Wednesday 1st March at 5pm-6.30pm in G50 of Millburn House Dr. Delyth Edwards from Liverpool Hope University will be presenting a paper entitled

'Facilitated Participation and Everyday Participation: Enabling the Agency of young people in care'

Abstract and bio below

Light refreshments will be provided. Please e-mail Paula Watkins on to reserve a place


Tue 21 February 2017, 18:06 | Tags: Faculty of Arts

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Congratulations to Merryn Everitt (French) on passing her PhD viva!

Congratulations to Merryn Everitt (French) on passing her PhD viva. Her thesis, entitled 'Travelling Saints and Religious Travellers in Twelfth- to Fourteenth-Century Francophone and Occitan Literary Texts’, was supervised by Dr Emma Campbell and Professor Linda Paterson.