Seminar series

Seminars will usually take place between 15:30-17:30, unless otherwise stated. Locations may vary. Please check the details below. Please also see our list of past seminars.

Forthcoming seminars

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20 February 2019

Film-making on the left

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27 February 2019

Heritage Film, Neapolitan Style: Ammore e Malavita and Napoli velata

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28 February 2019

"Who is Afraid of Tolstoy? Contemporary Literature and the Canon in the Schools of Five Countries, 1814-1914"

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28 February 2019

"Who is Afraid of Tolstoy? Contemporary Literature and the Canon in the Schools of Five Countries, 1814-1914"

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6 March 2019

Uncovering the Shocking Truths at the Heart of the Spanish-Aztec Encounter, Prof. Matthew Restall (PennState)

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Streatham Court BAdd this to your calendar
6 March 2019

Our hermeneutic models into question: French Theory in/and American Poetry

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Queens Building LT4.2Add this to your calendar
13 March 2019

Decolonizing Knowledge in Contemporary Chilean and Latin American Cinema, Joanna Page (Cambridge)

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Old Library 135Add this to your calendar
20 March 2019

Science in the Vernacular: Translating Galileo

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Queens Building LT4.2Add this to your calendar
8 May 2019

Research Groups in ML session

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Forum Seminar Room 04Add this to your calendar
22 May 2019

Revisiting the re-translation hypothesis. Translation defaults, textual time and kairos.

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5 June 2019

Work in Progress (2)

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