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Liberty Building, home to the School of Law

On a weekly basis from 21 May 2020, a series of workshops will be held online to discuss the most recent developments in taxation.

The British Crime Historians Symposium meets every 2 years to discuss and debate original historical research on all aspects of crime, policing, punishment, law, criminal justice and social regulation

As we each adapt to the new realities of the COVID-19 pandemic, we have decided to recognise the dramatic changes to everyone’s home and working life by extending the deadline for our Call for Papers.

Deadline for submissions of paper abstracts and proposals has been extended in light of Covid 19. New deadline for submissions is 30 April 2020.

This event will explore the question: How can cultural institutions use their collections to engage with communities where language may be a barrier?

This event will explore the question: How can the arts and cultural institutions enable increasingly linguistically and ethnically diverse communities to feel part of local/regional history?

  • One day event
  • Reoccuring events