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Monday 15 Jan - Sunday 11 Feb 2018

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Wk 2 Jan 15 16 17 18 19 20 21
2pm - 3pm Workshop on Global Humanities Radcliffe Conference Centre, Warwick University
1pm - 2pm CAS - Seminar Carlos Perez Ricart, University of Oxford, Mexican drug policy in the XX Century: A Process of “Americanization”? OC1.08
4:30pm - 6:30pm History Research Seminar - Professor James Hinton (Warwick) OC0.01
Wk 3 22 23 24 25 26 27 28
12pm - 2pm Escape to Mars: Capitalist fantasies of planetary habitation, c. 1900 / c. 2017 IAS seminar room and reception
4pm - 6pm CHM seminar: Bradford Pelletier (College of Charleston) "Disappearing Before the Light of Science:" Connecting Combat Experience and Insanity in the Nineteenth Century Asylum R0.14 Ramphal building, University of Warwick
1pm - 3pm Workshop on Prisons and Memory “The (un)forgotten: Looking back in hope and anger at juvenile LWOP offenders in the US, an archaeology of hope in the shadow of prison” with Sarah Colvin (Cambridge) and Evi Girling (Keele) Wolfson Research Exchange 1
1pm - 2pm CAS - Seminar Courtney Campbell, University of Brimingham, 'Four Fishermen, Orson Welles, and the Making of the Brazilian Northeast’. OC1.08
4pm - 6pm Early Careers writers forum H3.55
5pm - 7pm EMECC seminar/WiP: Dr Harald Braun (Liverpool) 'Violence, Emotion and 'Just War' in the Conquest of Mexico' H3.03 Humanities building, University of Warwick
Wk 4 29 30 31 Feb 1 2 3 4
1pm - 2pm Introduction by GHCC new members H5.45 Humanities Building
Wk 5 5 6 7 8 9 10 11
5pm - 7pm Early Career Writers' Forum H4.03 humanities Building
4pm - 6pm Where There Is No Incinerator: Histories of Biomedical Disposability and Reuse on the African Continent R0.14 Ramphal building, University of Warwick
1pm - 2pm Global Reading Group H0.60 Humanities Building
5pm - 7pm EMECC seminar: Dr Sophie Smith (Oxford) ‘Philosophy and the City in early modern England’ H3.03 Humanities building, University of Warwick