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Aesthetics of Performance Dr Susan Haedicke's research into contemporary European Street Theatre has demonstrated how its imaginative use of everyday spaces conveys social critiques and gives political empowerment to its spectators
Basil Spence: Buildings and Projects book launch Coventry Cathedral hosted the book launch for 'Basil Spence: Buildings and Projects', edited by Louise Campbell, History of Art, Miles Glendinning and Jane Thomas
Celebrating Charles Dickens' Bicentenary Led by Professor Jon Mee of the English Department, Celebrating Dickens casts a new eye over the author's best-loved works and explores Victorian London.
Clifford Bridge Primary School Film Club The student film club at Clifford Bridge Primary School, set up in collaboration with academics in Film & TV, has helped to broaden the cultural horizons of the schools' pupils
Happenstance 2012 Funded jointly by NESTA, the AHRC and ACE, Happenstance explored how digital technologies and the creative uses of technology can become embedded in arts organisations
Italian Renaissance Community Course The Italian Renaissance: Literary, Artistic and Scientific Cultures is a community course offered by the Italian department and the Centre for Renaissance Studies to lifelong learners in the local community
Michel de Montaigne's first manuscript identified Researchers in the Centre for the Study of the Renaissance and the Université François-Rabelais Tours have identified the first manuscript known to have belonged to the eminent French essayist, Michel de Montaigne
Re-constructing Medieval Construction Dr Jenny Alexander, History of Art, examines the aesthetic and structural aspects of the buildings of medieval and early modern England
Revolutionary Prints as spectacle Rare prints dating from the French Revolution at the historic house Waddesdon Manor have given school pupils an interactive and engaging way to learn about the French Revolution
Unlocking Histories at Waddesdon Manor Unlocking Histories at Waddesdon Manor is a video project by Warwick University to showcase two collaborative research projects between the university and the National Trust property, Waddesdon Manor, home of the Rothschild family in Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire
Warwick Words Literary Festival Arts Faculty research is showcased in the public lecture series Tea Time Talks at the Warwick Words Literary Festival