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  • By Sophia Karner

Moscow Rules: What Drives Russia to Confront the West?

Developing a better relationship with Russia has to be tempered with Moscow's apparent view of the West as a threat. This view, and the Russian actions that result from it, can be difficult for people in the West to understand.

  • By Sophia Karner

Call for Papers - Microaggressions, Philosophy and Academia Conference 4 July 2019

The Call for Papers for the Microaggressions, Philosophy and Academia Conference, taking place on 4 July, is now open. Topics of interest include a focus on microaggressive behavior, philosophy and the following: race and racism, gender and sexuality, disability, neurodiversity, mental health and wellbeing, religion and faith. 

  • By Sophia Karner

Micro-aggressions, Philosophy and Academia Conference 2019

Have you ever felt on a micro level insults and insensitivities in the classroom based on socioeconomic status, disability, gender, gender expression or identity, sexual orientation, race, ethnicity, nationality, or religion?

  • By Sophia Karner

University of Birmingham unveils an online database of musical works inspired by Charles Baudelaire

The University of Birmingham will be unveiling an online database of musical works inspired by the 19th Century French poet Charles Baudelaire (1821–1867).

  • By Sophia Karner

Universities of Warwick and Birmingham partner to boost West Midlands economy

Ways to reduce social inequality in the West Midlands and boost productivity will be researched thanks to an £800,000 research project, led by Warwick Business School with WMG at the University of Warwick, and City-REDI at the University of Birmingham.

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