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Classical Texting, 'Undressing Eteocles: A performative approach to the Labdacids' Curse'

Emmy Stavropolou writes '(Un)dressing Eteocles: A performative approach to the Labdacids' Curse', a discussion of a central scene in Aeschylus' Seven Against Thebes.


English and Comparative Literary Studies News

Warwick announces the winner of the inaugural Warwick Prize for Women in Translation

Memoirs of a Polar Bear by Yoko Tawada, translated from German by American translator Susan Bernofsky and published by Portobello Books, has been announced as the winner of the inaugural Warwick Prize for Women in Translation. https://warwick.ac.uk/newsandevents/pressreleases/warwick_announces_the

Thu 16 November 2017, 13:47 | Tags: Prizes, awards, long / shortlist, Public Event, Media

Film and Television Studies News

Dr Helen Wheatley gives keynote at 'At Home With Horror? Terror on the Small Screen' conference, 28th October 2017.

Dr Helen Wheatley will give the keynote paper, 'Haunted Landscapes: Trauma and Grief in the Television Ghost Story', at the 'At Home With Horror? Terror on the Small Screen' conference on Saturday 28th October 2017. The event takes place at the University of Kent between 27th and 29th October.

Fri 27 October 2017, 10:36 | Tags: Events News Research news

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Students study Venice Biennale installation with its creator Michele Ciacciofera.

Warwick students in Venice have recently had the opportunity to discuss the Venice Biennale installation Janus Code with with its creator Michele Ciacciofera in an exclusive interview. The Venice Biennale is a key element of the Exhibiting the Contemporary module which examines the importance of exhibition for the interpretation of contemporary art, with seminars taking place on-site with the works of art.

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Mon 06 November 2017, 10:38 | Tags: Undergraduate, General

Theatre and Peformance Studies News

Sarah Penny (PhD researcher) elected to serve on the International Federtation for Theatre Research (IFTR) Executive Committee

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PhD researcher Sarah Penny has been elected to serve on the International Federation for Theatre Research (IFTR) Executive Committee. IFTR exists to facilitate communication and exchange between scholars of theatre and performance research throughout the world and currently boasts members from 44 countries. Sarah will serve a 2 year term on the committee as its Student Member. For more information about IFTR, please see: https://www.iftr.org/

Wed 22 November 2017, 09:19

Cultural and Media Policy Studies News and Events

New Academic Year and Re-Freshed Start for CMPS

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On the 18th October 2017 CMPS had a get together to mark the occasion of a new centre director, Joanne Garde-Hansen, a re-freshed identity through the incorporation into our centre name of the significant amount of media and media policy research and teaching we do, and the first of our Seminar Speakers for 2017-18. Find out more......

Sun 12 November 2017, 15:26 | Tags: News

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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.


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Nathalie Mezza-Garcia: Seavangelesse of the Blue Frontier

Seavangelesse – taking tech evangelism to the ocean

Mon 20 November 2017, 11:24 | Tags: news-item-4

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