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The School of Modern Languages and Cultures (SMLC) at the University of Warwick is pleased to invite applications for doctoral study commencing in September 2020.
It is with great sadness that we have to report that our colleague and friend Salvador Ortiz-Carboneres has passed away. Please click on the headline to read some dear memories from some of the people who knew him best.
At the start of 2019 Warwick was invited to nominate two students to attend the Federal University of Minas Gerais (UFMG)'s Summer School on Brazilian Studies. After a competitive selection process, Lucia Evans and Will Gennings from Warwick's School of Modern Languages and Cultures were awarded scholarships co-funded by UFMG and Warwick.
Professor Ingrid De Smet has been admitted as a member of the Academia Europaea
Professor Ingrid De Smet has been admitted as a member of the Academia Europaea (Section of Literary and Theatrical Studies). The Academia Europaea (formed in 1988) is the pan-European academy of science, humanities and letters, with a membership of over 3800 eminent scholars, drawn from all countries of Europe, and all disciplines, nationalities and geographical locations.
Students and staff from across Warwick SMLC completed a clean sweep of Warwick awards.
Professor Kate Astbury will be on the BBC World Service programme The Forum talking about Napoleon Bonaparte this Thursday 28th March at 9.06am UK time. Hosted by Bridget Kendall, the programme also includes contributions from Annie Jourdan (University of Amsterdam) and Rafe Blaufarb (Florida State University).
A further tribute to our recent graduate, Keren Brody, who tragically passed away in December 2018.
The School of Modern Languages and Cultures is shocked and saddened to hear of the tragic death of one of our recent graduates, Keren Brody. Keren graduated with a degree in French Studies in 2018. Keren was tragically killed in a car accident in Spain last week. The School sends its heartfelt condolences to the family at this very difficult time. Students and colleagues affected by this sad news can contact Wellbeing Support Services (email@example.com). A book of condolences will be opened in the School in January 2019. A full tribute to Keren will also be posted in January.
Jim Shields discusses political events in France
Recent Warwick graduate and filmmaker Dorothy Allen-Pickard’s short film called ‘THE MESS’ (‘Le Désordre’) about bipolar disorder is a contender for the Arts Convergences prize for videos on the theme of mental health.