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Literature / Linguistics - 09.07.2018
Overwhelming public support for Misogyny Hate Crime Policy
People in Nottinghamshire will not tolerate misogyny hate crime and a policy introduced in 2016 is already shifting the attitudes of both victims and potential perpetrators, according to a new report.

Literature / Linguistics - 06.07.2018
How literature can help heal the trauma of genocide
A Literary Studies Convention at The Australian National University (ANU) has heard that art forms addressing trauma can help to recast and even heal collective trauma such as genocide.

Literature / Linguistics - 05.07.2018
Can superheroes help us cope in a crisis?
Can superheroes teach us some important lessons about how to respond to a crisis? That's the question Katie Cox, PhD candidate at ANU, posed in her paper delivered tothe 2018 Literary Studies Convention, being held at the University from 3-7 July.

Literature / Linguistics - 21.06.2018
Not so happily ever after - the dark and disturbing side of fairy tales at Nottingham Lakeside Arts
From cannibalism and decapitated toes to sinister sexual overtones, the earliest versions of some of the classic fairy tales, were definitely not for children and far from the Disney versions we know and love today.

Literature / Linguistics - 15.06.2018
University research sets the stage for Sydney Shakespeare season
A full-scale replica of the second Globe Theatre is set to offer an authentic Shakespeare experience for Sydney theatregoers - including for the University of Sydney academics whose research led to the reconstruction.

Literature / Linguistics - 12.06.2018
University of Nottingham acquires personal archive of DH Lawrence
The University of Nottingham has acquired a unique archive of treasures linked to Nottingham's most famous literary son, DH Lawrence.

Social Sciences - Literature / Linguistics - 31.05.2018
Tate Modern’s Tate Exchange: Warwick academics question Truth, Justice and History through public art engagement
The University of Warwick is a Tate Exchange Associate Researchers from the University of Warwick are exploring their research findings through artistic practice with the public at Tate Modern's Tate Exchange programme next month (June 12-17).

Literature / Linguistics - 29.05.2018
On Memorial Day, Let’s Prove Gen. Logan Wrong
What are you planning to do this Memorial Day? What is the day for? Why was it created? Despite a long tradition of public promises that those who give their lives fighting for their families, cities and countries will live on in communal memory, human hearts and minds can stand only so much.

Literature / Linguistics - Politics - 21.05.2018
University experts line up for Hay Festival
University experts line up for Hay Festival
The value of learning languages in Brexit Britain comes under the spotlight as part of Cardiff University's Cardiff Series at this year's Hay Festival.

Art and Design - Literature / Linguistics - 17.05.2018

Literature / Linguistics - Art and Design - 15.05.2018

Art and Design - Literature / Linguistics - 11.05.2018

Computer Science / Telecom - Literature / Linguistics - 10.05.2018
Artificial intelligence pioneer's new book examines the science of cause and effect
Artificial intelligence pioneer’s new book examines the science of cause and effect
Judea Pearl, chancellor's professor of computer science and statistics at UCLA, has written his first book intended for a general audience, “The Book of Why: The New Science of Cause and Effect

Medicine / Pharmacology - Literature / Linguistics - 07.05.2018

Literature / Linguistics - 04.05.2018
Why Americans have gone bonkers over Lynne's latest book
Why Americans have gone bonkers over Lynne’s latest book
Why Americans have gone bonkers over Lynne's latest book “When people talk about the love-hate relationship between British and American English, the hate mostly goes one way and the love the o

Literature / Linguistics - 02.05.2018
Exploring what an interruption is in conversation
Stanford doctoral candidate Katherine Hilton found that people perceive interruptions in conversation differently, and those perceptions differ depending on the listener's own conversational style as well as gender. We all know that unpleasant feeling when we're talking about something interesting and halfway through our sentence we're interup - "Wait, what's for dinner?" - pted.

Literature / Linguistics - Event - 19.04.2018

Literature / Linguistics - Psychology - 11.04.2018
How talking more can make you better at listening - to foreign languages
The typical foreign language class spends much of its time listening to fluent speakers - a teacher or a recording - and doing other comprehension-focused exercises, like matching printed words and p

Literature / Linguistics - Art and Design - 03.04.2018

Literature / Linguistics - Continuing Education - 21.03.2018

Continuing Education - Literature / Linguistics - 21.03.2018

Literature / Linguistics - History / Archeology - 16.03.2018
Australian artists go international, thanks to Paris fellowship
From fierce feminist films to drawings that beautify housing estates: Australian artists are bringing their work to the world, with help from a residency that provides the time and space to focus on big ideas.

Literature / Linguistics - Social Sciences - 16.03.2018

Literature / Linguistics - 09.03.2018
ANU supports publication of new fiction in Aboriginal Kriol
ANU has supported the publication of nine new children's fiction books in the Aboriginal language, Kriol, written and illustrated by Indigenous women from the remote Binjari community near Katherine in the Northern Territory.

Media - Literature / Linguistics - 09.03.2018

Media - Literature / Linguistics - 09.03.2018

Mechanical Engineering - Literature / Linguistics - 09.03.2018

Literature / Linguistics - 09.03.2018
ANU supports publication of new fiction in Aboriginal Kriol
ANU has supported the publication of nine new children's fiction books in the Aboriginal language, Kriol, written and illustrated by Indigenous women from the remote Binjari community near Katherine in the Northern Territory.

Literature / Linguistics - Event - 07.03.2018

Literature / Linguistics - Careers / Employment - 05.03.2018
Moving Hollywood beyond 'Black Panther'
Moving Hollywood beyond ’Black Panther’
UCLA alumnae share entertainment industry experiences with representation in front of and behind the camera Jessica Wolf Two remarkable UCLA alums working in the film and television industries hope t

Media - Literature / Linguistics - 01.03.2018
Research uncovers trove of lost Australian literature
A new research project from The Australian National University (ANU) has uncovered more than 21,000 forgotten novels, novellas and short stories, including thousands of unknown Australian works, published in newspapers in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. The collection includes seven rediscovered titles from well-known writer Catherine Martin, author of the acclaimed 1890 novel The Australian Girl .

Religions - Literature / Linguistics - 27.02.2018
'Black Panther' success amplifies findings of UCLA's Hollywood Diversity Report
’Black Panther’ success amplifies findings of UCLA’s Hollywood Diversity Report
Modern Judeo-Christian rhetoric and imagery purports that Satan is an evil opponent to all that is good and godly — a literal opponent of God.

Literature / Linguistics - Life Sciences - 22.02.2018

Literature / Linguistics - History / Archeology - 21.02.2018
Undergraduates perform an adaptation of Life Is a Dream with a new ending
Under the guest direction of Tony Award-winner Dominique Serrand, Stanford cast and crew explore age-old themes from a 17th-century Spanish play while incorporating modern questions of gender and ambiguity.

Literature / Linguistics - History / Archeology - 21.02.2018
The writing on the wall
The writing on the wall
When and where did humans develop language? To find out, look deep inside caves, suggests an MIT professor. More precisely, some specific features of cave art may provide clues about how our symbolic, multifaceted language capabilities evolved, according to a new paper co-authored by MIT linguist Shigeru Miyagawa.

Religions - Literature / Linguistics - 16.02.2018
Give the devil his due
Give the devil his due
In new book, UCLA professor says poor translations led to mischaracterization of Satan as embodiment of evil Jessica Wolf Modern Judeo-Christian rhetoric and imagery purports that Satan is an evil opponent to all that is good and godly — a literal opponent of God.

Administration / Government - Literature / Linguistics - 15.02.2018

Literature / Linguistics - Psychology - 01.02.2018
Describing certain foods in a foreign language reduces aversion
New research shows people are more likely to eat foods they're averse to if presented in a foreign language, like calling snails "escargot." Restaurateurs apparently know what they're doing when they offer "escargot" on a menu rather than "snails." New research shows that people are more willing to eat foods that they find disgusting if those foods are presented in a foreign language.

Environment - Literature / Linguistics - 23.01.2018
Hands On shot at rare artists' books
Hands On shot at rare artists’ books
Maybe you prefer to curl up by the fire and read, but there's something to be said for touching, manipulating and simply gaping at 26 one-of-a-kind artists' books in the Hands On 11 reception Friday in the Environmental Design Library at UC Berkeley.

Literature / Linguistics - History / Archeology - 23.01.2018
Researchers’ study of apocalyptic entertainment reveals lack of science
UCLA's William Andrews Clark Memorial Library is ready for the future.

Business / Economics - Literature / Linguistics - 23.01.2018
Assessing 40 Years of Reform and Opening in China: conference
Assessing 40 Years of Reform and Opening in China: conference
Nicholas Loubere at the Centre for East and South-East Asian Studies, shares some reflections on the major achievements as well as the downsides of China's reform period ahead of the upcoming confere

Literature / Linguistics - 10.01.2018

Event - Literature / Linguistics - 10.01.2018

Physics / Materials Science - Literature / Linguistics - 10.01.2018

Literature / Linguistics - 21.12.2017
Tolkien’s magical letters and illustrations bring Father Christmas to life
Handwritten illustrated letters from Father Christmas written by the author JRR Tolkien to his four children give a touching insight into Tolkien's personal family life.
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