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Open Day – Saturday 12th October

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…

Growing up in a family that fostered

Social Work and Social Policy Seminar Series Growing up in a family that fostered Allison Tatton In England nearly three quarters of looked after children are cared for in foster families. In spite of…

The representation(s) of women in the politics of the West Midlands, 1918-1929

Newman Humanities Research Seminar Series The representation(s) of women in the politics of the West Midlands, 1918-1929 James Brennan The 1918 Representation of the People Act gave the vote to…

Plato and the animals: What is the purpose of philosophy in an age of environmental crisis?

Newman Humanities Research Seminar Series Plato and the animals: What is the purpose of philosophy in an age of environmental crisis? Dr Louise Hickman Greek mythology is full of animals but in the…

Documentary-drama and resisting master narratives

Newman Humanities Research Seminar Series Documentary-drama and resisting master narratives James Yarker In 1991 James formed a theatre company with friend Graeme Rose and they chose to call it…

Open Evening – Friday 8th November

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…

An examination of how child neglect guidance is communicated and implemented from Government to Local Safeguarding Children Boards to frontline statutory services

Social Work and Social Policy Seminar Series An examination of how child neglect guidance is communicated and implemented from Government to Local Safeguarding Children Boards to frontline statutory…

Reading Down syndrome: past, present, future?

Newman Humanities Research Seminar Series Reading Down syndrome: past, present, future? Dr Helen Davies This is a crucial moment for thinking about the future of people with Down syndrome, considering…

‘Mental Health through Sport’ 2nd Annual Symposium

‘Mental Health through Sport’ is a series of one-day symposia, which aim to share Practice, Culture and Experiences of using Sport and Physical Activity to enhance our Mental Health and Wellbeing.…

The God Who Speaks: The Bible in Today’s World

This study afternoon will include keynote lectures and workshops exploring how the Bible is used in contemporary political discourse, its place in Western culture, and whether it can continue to…

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