Monthly Archives: February 2013

Easy Listening?

The final episode of The Sound and the Fury broadcast on BBC Four on Tuesday 26 February 2013. Following the turmoil of totalitarianism and war, Easy Listening looks at how post-war composers began to bring back elements of rhythm, metre … Continue reading

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The Sound and the Fury: A Century of Modern Music on BBC FOUR

The Sound and the Fury: A Century of Modern Music – Starting on Tuesday 12th February at 9.00pm on BBC FOUR What happened to classical music? For centuries, composers created music that sang with beautiful melody and harmony. Then suddenly … Continue reading

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Classical Studies Lecturer wins most outstanding publication award

Dr Aaron Alzola-Romero (Lecturer in Classical Studies) is to be awarded the  2012 Journal of Distance Education Editor’s Award for his article “One Laptop per College Student? Exploring the Links between Access to IT Hardware and Academic Performance in Higher … Continue reading

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Shakespeare’s Bottom

Dr Peg Katritzky (Lecturer, English Dept) will be giving a talk titled, ‘Shakespeare’s Bottom: Printed Sources for Monsters and Marvels in A Midsummer Night’s Dream’ as part of the ‘Documents of Shakespearean Performance: Stage, Page, and Manuscript in Early Modern … Continue reading

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