Faculty of Arts Research Lecture, from CADRE's Material and Theoretical Practice Cluster
A talk by Bill Emmott (editor of the Economist, 1993-2006)
Fantastic opportunity to explore the support available through Careers, Enterprise and The Workplace to help you sort out plans for the future or assist in career progression.
Community launch of the University of Wolverhampton in Stafford on 25/11/2017.
Faculty of Arts Research Lecture, from CADRE's Art, Philosophy and Social Practice Cluster
Keti Chukhrov: Epistemological Ruptures in 1970s Soviet and post-1960s Western Emancipatory Thought.
Data Management Plans are a key component in all research grant applications and should be given careful consideration while preparing the funding proposal.
This event, hosted by Wolverhampton Business School, is designed to help marketers better understand the digital journey, digital transformation and cultural changes affecting consumer engagement, acquisition and retention.
The University of Wolverhampton in Stafford - Higher Education Chemistry Taster
Faculty of Arts Research Lecture, from CADRE's Communication and Design Cluster
The University of Wolverhampton in Stafford - Dementia Awareness Free Session
This workshop will provide a comprehensive overview of this £735 million partnership fund
Is pornography inevitably a speech act, as Rae Langton argues? Or is it the case that pornography is not and cannot be a speech act, as it is argued on the other side of the debate by philosophers such as Jennifer Hornsby, Jennifer Saul and Louise Antony?
Faculty of Arts Research Lecture, from the Centre for Creativity, History and Identity in Performance
Abstract: In this talk the speaker will seek to dismiss two views: a) that pornography never counts as speech; b) that it always does.
The lecture is a cross University of Wolverhampton collaboration including FSE, the Music Department, the Institute of Sport and the Doctoral College
All are welcome for the University Carol Service. There will be carols to sing, the account of the first Christmas to listen to as well as contributions from various members of the University community in song and signing.
The University of Wolverhampton Lecture Series aims to support the dissemination of the world class research carried out at the University of Wolverhampton to its industry, community and charity partners, as well as the local community. The lecture series draws on the expertise of our researchers,
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BLOG by Professor George Kassimeris: By heading to Belgium, the president of Catalonia missed his chance to stand up to Madrid – and to show himself as a leader sticking to his principles.
BLOG: Emeritus Professor in the Faculty of Social Sciences, Professor Mike Haynes, considers the centenary of the Russian revolution.
BLOG: Dr Stuart Farquhar comments on the Bank of England announcing a rise in interest rates
Funny things – Wolverhampton’s new comedy festival - will be joined on Friday by Dr Tracey Platt, who will be explaining the links between the Psychology of Humour and Well-being.
Find out how the University of Wolverhampton is part of the global conversation about musical theatre.
So here I am writing for Student Stigma and I am excited but I am going to include a trigger warning, just to be considerate.
Consumer label confusion? Professor Claire Hannibal, who is researching supply chain sustainability, looks at what lies behind the brands.
Why bother with the future? Well hopefully we will all have one. It is the future where we will be spending the rest of our lives.
The UK’s foreign minister, Boris Johnson, is set to address the Conservative Party conference today amidst suggestions that he is deliberately undermining Theresa May’s leadership of the party.
I was born in Barcelona in Catalonia where I spent almost 30 years of my life before moving to the UK. My feelings are hard to describe but I would say they are a combination of sadness and anger.
With what we eat coming under the spotlight more and more, our food choices are frequently being judged as ‘good’ or ‘bad’. Dr Tracey Devonport looks at the increasing trend for food shaming
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Filmmaker Andrew Rutter recently won Leicester’s 2017 The Short Cinema Main Competition Award for Best Film which is the culmination of many years hard work for the local director.
At the age of 31, record-breaking England goalscorer Wayne Rooney announced his retirement from international football.
As the World Judo Championships kick off in Budapest (28 August to 3 September 2017), we thought we’d give you the low-down on some of our own sporting successes in judo and beyond.
Renowned sculptor Emma Rodgers has exhibited her striking work worldwide, from the Victoria & Albert Museum to the Royal Academy of Art.
The role of the news media has always had an almost sacred role in democratic societies. But a right to free speech does not entail a duty to tell the truth...
Caiçara researcher presents her PhD thesis at the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, on geotourism potential and strategies of geoconservation on the tourist trails in the region
Tanweer Ikram was appointed by the Queen as Deputy Senior District Judge (Chief Magistrate), one of the top roles in the judiciary, earlier this year.
A-Level results day can be a time of mixed emotions ...
With a new season of 'Game of Thrones' just beginning, the frenzied fan talk starts once more. Dr Spencer Jones, a Senior Lecturer in Armed Forces and War Studies in the University’s Department of History, Politics and War Studies, takes a look at where the writers have found inspiration in real life historical events for some of the major storylines in the popular fantasy drama.
These are heady times for England Lionesses as they beat France for the first time in 43 years to reach the semi-finals of Euro 2017. As a nation that identifies football as its national sport, the question many are asking is what is behind this recent success?
My name is Andrew Rigby and I currently study Multimedia Journalism and this is my experience of UCAS clearing.
Professor of Sport Jean Williams takes a look at the history of women's football, which once saw women banned from competing
Yasmin Qureshi, Photography degree student, blogs about the Wolves PhotoFest.
Katie Wood, senior lecturer at the University of Wolverhampton, discusses the topic of cyber security and how IT skills gaps in your business could put it at risk.
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Theresa May has a serious terrorist problem in her hands – there’s no question about it. In the space of less than three months, the UK has suffered 3 terrorist attacks, resulting in 32 deaths and there is most probably more to come, if we are being brutally honest with ourselves.
The threat of indiscriminate terror, even if our intelligence and police work improves a great deal, will be with us for some time. That's why we must understand its root causes rather than just try to defend against it.