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Global Britain: Beyond Brexit

Arts & Humanities Public Lecture Series Spring 2018 Global Britain: Beyond Brexit   All events will take place in Thomas Paine Study Centre (TPSC), UEA, NR4 7TJ 6.30...

Generation Revolution: Film Screening and Directors Q&A

11th October 2017 – 3-5pm – Lecture Theater 4 Generation Revolution brings to screen the powerful story of a new generation of black and brown activists who are changing the social and...

UEA Politics Speaker Series, Autumn 2017

All Talks Wednesdays at 16:00 in Arts 2.84, Unless Otherwise Specified Organizer: Michael L. Frazer, Lecturer in Political and Social Theory, PPL   Sept 27th  Delia...

MA Gender Studies

The Interdisciplinary Institute for the Humanities is sponsoring a series of lectures on key themes in gender and culture to mark the launch of the MA Gender Studies. "Cuteness,...

'Brexit means Brexit', but what does it mean?

The UK's future after the referendum On 23 June 2016, the UK voted by 52 to 48 per cent to leave the EU. The aim of this series is to explore what happens next. It asks: What is at stake? What...

John Garrett Memorial Lecture 2017

Stop the presses? The revolution in News Alan Rusbridger Date: 24 February 2017 Time: 7pm (doors open at 6.30pm) Venue: Thomas Paine Study Centre Lecture Theatre Free to attend...

European Political Cinema

School of Politics, Philosophy, Language and Communication Studies, UEA Free admission to film screenings, films subtitled in English, all welcome. All screenings 5-8pm For further...

The Sixth “Rhetoric in Society” Conference of the RSE

The Sixth “Rhetoric in Society” Conference of the RSE University of East Anglia, Norwich, 3-5 July 2017   Hosted by The Rhetoric Society of Europe (RSE) The Rhetoric and...

Should the UK remain in or leave the EU?

The people of the United Kingdom will shortly take a decision that will be the most important for a political generation, with repercussions for decades to come. University of East Anglia (UEA)...

'Big data, big questions'

What is 'big data'? Who collects it and what is it used for? Does 'big data' make life better? How should it inform policy at national and local level? Can it improve health, social care and...

European Political Cinema Spring 2017

School of Politics, Philosophy, Language and Communication Studies Tuesdays, 5pm. All welcome, free entry. Full descriptions of the films can be viewed here For further details...

Populism, comedy and popular culture

Stand-Up Politics? Populism, comedy and popular culture. 19th May 2017: 1-6pm LSB 01.21, University of East Anglia, Norwich, NR4 7TJ Organisers: Ben Little (b.little@uea.ac.uk) and ...

Exploring religion in Britain today

  Free speech, hate speech, faith speech 9 March, 6.30pm, Thomas Paine Study Centre Lecture Theatre Dr Alex Brown, Prof Lee Marsden, Prof Rachel Potter Free speech...

ECREA Workshop 2017

  The Future of Media Content: Interventions and Industries in the Internet Era 15 – 16 September 2017 The “Communication Law and Policy” and “Media Industries and Cultural...