The Annual PG Symposium of the School of Modern Languages and Cultures, University of Warwick, will take place on 23rd May 2018
This new volume discusses a wide array of European textual responses to the medieval crusading movement, from the Plantagenet and Catalan courts to the Italy of Charles of Anjou, Cyprus, and the Holy Land.
James Hodkinson has won a further £38 K towards his collaborative arts project, which connects his research into Islam in Germany with the lives and experiences of local Muslim communities in the Midlands.
Double PhD viva success!
Congratulations to Holly Langstaff (French Studies) and Frank Sterkenburgh (German Studies) on success in their PhD vivas!
Congratulations to Helmut Schmitz and Peter Davies on their special edition of the EDINBURGH GERMAN YEARBOOK 11
Love, Eros, & Desire in Contemporary German-Language Literature & Culture
Edited by HELMUT SCHMITZ & PETER DAVIES
French Studies at Warwick have been sad to learn of the death of Professor Brian Rigby, who worked at Warwick from the late 1960s until 1992, when he became Professor of French at the University of Hull.
Andrea Klaus awarded a Teaching Excellence Certificate for 2016 – 17!
Andrea Klaus (German Studies) was awarded a Teaching Excellence Certificate for the academic year 2016 – 17 from Warwick Business School for outstanding contribution to the undergraduate programmes. The award was given in recognition of excellent teaching on a co-taught module in German and WBS
Michela Coletta (Hispanic Studies) speaks in Denmark on Cultural Hegemony, Heterogeneity and the Politics of Difference: Problematising a Global Framework of Environmental Governance from Latin America
Michela Coletta will be co-presenting with Dr Malayna Raftopolous at the workshop 'Global Environmental and Global Security Governance' at Aalborg University (Denmark) on 1 December.
Professor Nick Hewlett is interviewed by the State of Nature Blog on Marx and political violence based on his recent book Blood and Progress. Violence in Pursuit of Emancipation
Congratulations to Rosalind Harvey on being longlisted for the International Dublin Literary Award 2018!
Congratulations to Hispanic Studies' Rosalind Harvey, whose translation of Juan Pablo Villalobos' novel I'll Sell You a Dog has been longlisted for this year's International Dublin Literary Award!