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Art exhibition at Birkbeck explores fertility in history
A collaboration between Birkbeck academic Dr Isabel Davis and artist Anna Burrel has produced a series of artworks depicting the history of 'un-pregnancy', which will feature at The Peltz Gallery.
New Birkbeck initiative provides life-changing education opportunities for asylum seekers
20 asylum seekers from troubled places around the world joined Birkbeck at the start of the new academic year thanks to the Compass Project, a ground-breaking initiative that provided fully-funded places for them to study undergraduate or postgraduate certificate courses of their choice.
Birkbeck student wins prestigious Institute of Business Ethics’ Competition
David Kerr has been announced as the winner of this year’s Institute of Business Ethics (IBE) student essay competition, for his exploration of the ethical questions of tax avoidance.
Sunil Gupta: In Pursuit of Love
Peltz Gallery, 43 Gordon Square
No booking required
VISA DROP-IN SESSION
Talkroom 2, Student Advice Centre
No booking required
The Depoliticisation of Greece’s Public Revenue Administration
Canada Blanch Room, COW 1.11, 1st floor, Cowdray House, LSE
Free entry; first come, first seated
OVERCOMING THE ODDS
Student Warren O'Keefe talks about overcoming homelessness and addiction to achieve his academic goals at Birkbeck.
A day in the life
of Dr James Hammond who visited Chile as part of his research in to earthquakes.