Gentlemen amateurs and amateur gentlemen: Class and (gender) discrimination in Victorian and Edwardian sport

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Gentlemen amateurs and amateur gentlemen: Class and (gender) discrimination in Victorian and Edwardian sport

Newman Humanities Research Seminar Series Dr Dilwyn Porter Sport became embedded in popular culture in the 19th and early-20th centuries; it was an arena in which class and gender differences were…

International Women’s Month at Newman University presents Dr Dawn Casserly

‘The question isn’t who’s going to let me; it’s who is going to stop me’. In celebration of International Women’s Month, the Faculty of Education’s Newman Institute…

International Women’s Month at Newman University presents Preet Kaur Gill in discussion on her work as the first female British Sikh MP

In celebration of International Women’s Month, the Faculty of Education’s Newman Institute of Leadership in Education is delighted to host this talk by Preet Kaur Gill, Member of Parliament (MP)…

Open Day – 7th March 2020

Newman University Open Days give you the opportunity to meet staff and students and find out about the full range of courses we offer, including foundation, undergraduate and postgraduate courses. You…

CF and Exercise Network meeting 2020

The event aims to bring together professionals with an interest in exercise and Cystic Fibrosis. Suitable for: Exercise technicians Physiologists Therapy technicians/practitioners Physiotherapists…

In conversation with Jimmy McGovern

Jimmy McGovern (born September 1949 in Liverpool) is an English screenwriter and producer. As a screenwriter he has created and written for many the television series and programmes, often tackling…

“What’s the point”?: A Case Study

Newman Humanities Research Seminar Series “What’s the point”? A Multi-Disciplinary Critique of the Provision of Mandatory Work-Related Learning Experiences for Undergraduate Students: A Case…

International Women’s Month at Newman presents: Maggie Oliver in discussion about her work supporting female victims of abuse in Rochdale

Former detective and whistle-blower, who exposed the Rochdale grooming scandal. Mother, public speaker, traveller, CBB Year of the Woman 2018, survivor, best- selling author In celebration of…

Humanities Research Centre Annual Lecture: Liz Berry

  The 2020 Humanities Research Centre Annual Lecture will welcome poet Liz Berry to Newman University. Liz Berry was born in the Black Country and now lives in Birmingham. Her first book of…

Joy and Hope for the 2020s – Romero 40 Years On. Lecture by Edgardo Colón-Emeric in partnership with the Romero Trust

Newman University Chaplaincy and Romero Friere Institute in partnership with the Romero Trust are delighted to welcome Edgardo Colón-Emeric as our guest speaker. Edgardo, a Methodist theologian, is…

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