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24 May 201714:30

Historicizing Volunteer Tourism: An Exploratory Workshop

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Queens Building NAdd this to your calendar
24 May 201715:00

Current Affairs and Biblical Studies Postgraduate Training Workshop

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Amory A115Add this to your calendar
24 May 201715:30

Seminar by Prof. Sharon Marcus (Columbia) 'Sarah Bernhardt’s Exteriority Effects: Affect, Performance, Agency

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Queens Building LT7.1 + 7.2Add this to your calendar
24 May 201716:30

Postgraduate Research Open Evening

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Queen's CafeAdd this to your calendar
24 May 201716:30

Port societies in the north-west Roman provinces: cemeteries and sailors’ stories.

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Building:One Bateman Lecture TheatreAdd this to your calendar
24 May 201717:00

The Untied Kingdom: A World History of the End of Britain

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30 May 201714:00

‘Reading Mark's Gospel as an Ancient Biography'

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31 May 201713:00

Bengal special: two papers on the geography and history of Bengal

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Queens Building NAdd this to your calendar
31 May 201716:30

Was Aristotle an Essentialist?

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6 June 201716:30

The impact of global connections and the formation of the Roman Empire (200–30 BC)

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Institute of Arabic and Islamic StudiesAdd this to your calendar
7 June 201715:30

Russifying the Radif: Sergei Esenin’s Persian Motives

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21 June 201715:30

“Of medium size, very well proportioned, meaty, but by no means clumsy, & of chestnut brown colour”: constellations of alterity in works by Léry, Forster, Eichendorff, Poe and Ortheil

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Queens Building 1GAdd this to your calendar
27 September 2017

Workshop on translation: “Tales and tongues”.

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29 September 2017

Exeter South Asia Centre translation festival

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22 November 2017

Inaugural lecture by Professor Matthew Wright

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