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Recent events

The staff and students in the School of Modern Languages, Literatures and Cultures each year organise a wide range of activities, including seminars, guest lectures, colloquia and conferences and plays, many of which are open to all. 

Take a look at some of our recent events below.

Monstrosity

Date
06/12/2016
Location:
London School of Economics, New Academic Building, Wolfson Theatre
Description
Monstrosity

David Vilaseca Memorial Lecture 2016

Date
15/11/2016
Location:
Picture Gallery
Description
David Vilaseca Memorial Lecture

Alumni Forum

Date
25/10/2016
Location:
Horton Lecture Theatre 2
Description
Alumni Forum

Can we learn from suffering?

Date
24/10/2016
Location:
London School of Economics, New Academic Building, Wolfson Theatre
Description
Can we learn from suffering?

Audio Description: the Art of Access

Date
21/10/2016
Location:
London, Young Vic Theatre
Description
Audio Description: the Art of Access

Shoreditch Bridge Portraits – HARC: Making Space for Art Seminar Series

Date
19/10/2016
Location:
TBC
Description
Shoreditch Bridge Portraits (HARC: Making Space for Art Seminar Series)

The Canary Islands: the invisible link between Surrealism and Abstract Expressionism in Spain

Date
19/10/2016
Location:
Win 1-04
Description
The Canary Islands: the invisible link between Surrealism and Abstract Expressionism in Spain

Thinking in Public: Philosophy, Politics, and the Public

Date
16/06/2016
Location:
Clement House, Hong Kong Theatre, LSE
Description
LSE event

Book launch for 'Leopardi and Shelley' & 'Encounters with Godard: Ethics, Aesthetics, Politics'

Date
13/06/2016
Location:
Arts Building Foyer
Description
Book launch for 'Leopardi and Shelley' & 'Encounters with Godard: Ethics, Aesthetics, Politics'

Imagining a Philosophy of Literary Translation

Date
13/06/2016
Location:
Arts Building, Lecture Theatre 1
Description
Imagining a Philosophy of Literary Translation
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