All entries for Monday 16 May 2005

May 16, 2005

Women's Poetry Finally Sees The Light After 400 Years of Sex Discrimination

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Some of Britain’s earliest leading women writers have only just beaten 400 years of sex discrimination by the publishing industry which has prevented the publication of much of their work. Researchers from the University of Warwick (and colleagues from Birmingham and the University of London) have ended this 400 year blight and published an anthology of 14 neglected women poets and writers.

Third of a Million Pound Study To Shed Light on UK’s Most Prolific Post War Architect

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A University of Warwick researcher has won a grant of over a third of a million pounds to research the life and work of a man who was arguably the UK's most prolific post war architect – Sir Basil Spence.

Dr Louise Campbell of The University of Warwick's History of Art Department has been awarded a grant of £342,473 by the Arts and Humanities Research Council to conduct the research.

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