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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.

Dr Arantza Mayo to Present at the 'Poets of the New World' International Conference

Date
19/11/2015
Location:
University of Cambridge
Description
Dr Arantza Mayo to Present at the 'Poets of the New World' International Conference

Represéntations et discours du handicap

Date
19 - 21/11/2015
Description
Represéntations et discours du handicap

LINKS – Creating Creative Criticism

Date
17/11/2015
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.

David Vilaseca Memorial Lecture

Date
10/11/2015
Location:
Picture Gallery
Description
David Vilaseca Memorial Lecture 2015

SIS Postgraduate Conference: 'Representing the War: How wars, conflicts and violence shaped Italian Culture'

Date
06/11/2015
Location:
Italian Cultural Institute of London (39 Belgrave Square)
Description
Italian Cultural Institute of London PG Conference

Book launch – Leopardi and Shelley: Discovery, Translation and Reception

Date
05/11/2015
Description
Leopardi and Shelley: Discovery, Translation and Reception

La Nouvelle Vague: Narrative, style and legacy: a Study Day for A Level French students

Date
04/11/2015
Location:
BFI Southbank, NFT 2
Description
La Nouvelle Vague: Narrative, style and legacy: a Study Day for A Level French students

Childhood and Nation in World Cinema: PG Masterclass at the University of Cambridge

Date
02 - 03/11/2015
Location:
Cambridge
Description
PG Conference at Cambridge

Does Philosophy have to be Obscure?

Date
28/10/2015
Location:
London School of Economics, New Academic Building, Wolfson Theatre
Description
Does Philosophy have to be Obscure?

Witnessing Death: Pre-modern Seminar Series

Date
27/10/2015
Location:
Arts Building First Floor 03
Description
'Witnessing Death': Pre-modern seminar series 2015-16
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