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02 Jul 2020

Marvel at this: UEA launches first-of-its-kind course in Comics Studies

The University of East Anglia (UEA) is launching the UK’s first Master of Arts course in Comics Studies, allowing students to gain an advanced degree in the...

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30 Nov 2020

UEA joins national campaign to boost number of women in science and engineering

Leading female academics welcome University’s membership of a national women in science network.

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03 Feb 2021

Staff and students share their 'power of small'

Time to Talk Day is this week (4 February) and this year it's all about celebrating the power of small when it comes to wellbeing.

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15 Feb 2021

Arm in Arm: UEA academics launch global vaccine campaign

Academics from the University of East Anglia (UEA) have launched a campaign encouraging those receiving a COVID-19 vaccine to support the global response to the...

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10 Mar 2021

Utopia or dystopia? Expert talks to debate the Brexit outcome

UEA is devoting a series of talks from expert academic and political speakers to our post-Brexit society in ‘After Brexit: Utopia or Dystopia’, with tickets now...

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21 Oct 2020

How can we tackle inequalities?

Understanding how and why gender matters is vital to the arts and humanities, whether our interests lie primarily in artistic, social and cultural questions or...

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RESEARCH ENGAGEMENT SEMINAR SERIES 2020/21

After Brexit: utopian and dystopian visions of the UK and the world
Debate on Brexit since the UK referendum vote has focused mainly on the state of the negotiations and the possible outcomes. Visions of the UK and its future place in the world after Brexit have rarely been advanced or discussed. In this series of public lectures, scheduled for April to June 2021, and organised by the Arts and Humanities Faculty in collaboration with ‘The UK in a Changing Europe’, leading figures from politics and academia offer their reflections on how they see the UK’s post-Brexit future. The series is convened by UEA Professor and ESRC Senior Fellow Hussein Kassim.

Further details concerning programme, dates, and times TBC.

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