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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.

'Making Space for Art' Series 2014-15: Dr Jenny Powell

Date
21/01/2015
Description
Jenny Powell, 'Making Space for Art'

Digesting Texts: Comparative Approaches to Food

Date
20/01/2015
Location:
G34 Senate House
Description
Digesting Texts: Comparative Approaches to Food

Reading the White Cane

Date
14/01/2015
Location:
Windsor 1-04
Description
Dr Hannah Thompson, 'Reading the White Cane'

Careers Events in the School of Modern Languages

Date
03/12/2014
Description
School of Modern Languages, Literatures and CulturesCareers Events Taking Place in November and December 2014

Going into Teaching

Date
26/11/2014
Description
Going into teaching - Workshop

Specular Ghosts: Memory and Trauma in Mexican Visual Culture

Date
20/11/2014
Description
Mexican Visual culture events

Dr Louise Johnson: 2014 David Vilaseca Memorial Lecture

Date
10/11/2014
Location:
main lecture theatre
Description
The David Vilaseca Memorial Lecture: Louise Johnson, 'Glamour in the Changing Room: Eduardo Mendicutti and the 'Beckham Effect'

Symposium: Crossing Border - Pasolini and Marginality

Date
31/10/2014
Description
Symposium: Crossing Border - Pasolini and Marginality

Murray Pomerance, 'Antonioni Reporting'

Date
27/10/2014
Description
Murray Pomerance. 'Antonioni Reporting'
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