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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.

This House Believes We Should Leave The European Union

Date
27/04/2016
Location:
London School of Economics, New Academic Building, Sheikh Zayed Theatre
Description
LSE event

Childhood and Nation in World Cinema

Date
18 - 19/04/2016
Location:
Royal Holloway, University of London
Description
Childhood and Nation in World Cinema

Curating Women Artists: Modern Scottish Women Painters and Sculptors 1885-1965

Date
16/03/2016
Location:
Windsor Building 1-04
Description
Curating Women Artists: Modern Scottish Women Painters and Sculptors 1885-1965

Curating Women Artists: Modern Scottish Women Painters and Sculptors 1885-1965

Date
16/03/2016
Location:
Windsor Building 1-04
Description
Dr Alice Strang (National Galleries of Scotland) will examine the issues involved in curating women artists of the period 1885-1965.

The Ventriloquism of Altar Boys from Joselito in The Little Nightingale (del Amo 1956) to Ignacio in Bad Education (Almodóvar 2004)

Date
16/03/2016
Location:
WIN104
Description
The Ventriloquism of Altar Boys from Joselito in The Little Nightingale (del Amo 1956) to Ignacio in Bad Education (Almodóvar 2004)Erin K. Hogan, University of Maryland, Baltimore County

SMLLC Film Club: 'Innocence and Experience: Childhood and Youth in World Cinema' 09/03/16

Date
09/03/2016
Location:
ABLT3 (Arts Building Lecture Theatre 3)
Description
Film club run by SMLLC

Italian Staff-Student Research Forum – Nicholas Havely

Date
09/03/2016
Location:
MX001
Description
'Widening Circles: Modern British Dantes, from Temple to Penguin and Beyond'

LINKS – César Dominguez & Jean Monet

Date
01/03/2016
Location:
Room 234, Senate House (second floor)
Description
LINKS (London Intercollegiate Network for Comparative Studies)LINKS is a collaboration between London institutions involved in teaching and research in comparative literary studies, to promote dialogue and cooperation. Participating institutions include Birkbeck, King's, Goldsmiths, Queen Mary, Royal Holloway, SOAS and UCL.

Creations off the Beaten Path

Date
25/02/2016
Location:
2nd Floor, Auditorium, Boston University, George Sherman Union, Metcalf Hall
Description
'Creations off the Beaten Path: A Discussion on Disability and the Arts: challenging our preconception of artistic practice and the experience of artistic creation'

LINKS – 'Nautical Language: Conrad's Flying Moors and Crimson Barometers'

Date
16/02/2016
Location:
Room 243, Senate House (second floor)
Description
LINKS (London Intercollegiate Network for Comparative Studies)LINKS is a collaboration between London institutions involved in teaching and research in comparative literary studies, to promote dialogue and cooperation. Participating institutions include Birkbeck, King's, Goldsmiths, Queen Mary, Royal Holloway, SOAS and UCL.
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