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Warwick with Venice: New Venue Opening Event 22 May
The University of Warwick is proud of its long-standing connections with Venice. Our History and History of Art departments have collectively taught students in Venice for well over 50 years. From 2007, the University had a base in the Cannaregio district of the city. Other departments, including Italian Studies, WBS, Global Sustainable Development, Economics, WMG, and the Centre for the Study of the Renaissance, also used this space to deliver short courses and host academic conferences.
Circumstances necessitated the search for a new premises. After an interim period during which we were hosted by Ca’ Foscari, a new location was identified: the Palazzo Giustinian Lolin.
The opening event for the new venue was held on the 22nd May followed by a series of bi-lateral meetings between academics from Warwick and their counterparts from Ca' Foscari University on the 23rd May.
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Recent graduates feature in national press as one of the "UK's best young theatre companies"
Ben Kulvichit (BA Theatre and Performance Studies, 2018) and Clara Potter-Sweet (BA English Literature 2018) are the most recent Warwick alumni to make a splash on the UK theatre scene; read about their new show in The Guardian.
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Alumni Ilaria Puliti has material from her MA dissertation published in Cineforum
Alumni Ilaria Puliti, who did her MA in the Department, recently won a film criticism competition with a chapter of her MA dissertation on Italian director Alice Rohrwacher. As a result, the material has been published as an essay in the latest issue of Italian cinema magazine Cineforum.
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The Power of Storytelling by Alumna Ruth Ntumba
Ruth Ntumba (BA History, 2021) has spent her first 18 months since graduating helping drive engagement and culture at one of the world’s leading media corporations, Warner Brothers Discovery. Ruth shares why you should go at your own pace and trust your gut instinct when searching for your next role.
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Sky Arts film Monday 16th May 11pm
Our wonderfully talented alumna Susie Sillett made a short film for Sky Arts as part of 'Unlocked' a series of ten commissions for Coventry City of Culture, with the help of Rural Media. It will be shown on Sky Arts (available on Freeview) with four other short films at 11pm Monday, May 16th.
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Professor Mandy Sadan Interview: Reflections on Ceasefires in Myanmar
Professor Mandy Sadan was interviewed by the Democratic Voice of Burma (DVB), Burma's largest independent media network for their podcast series 'DVB Reads'.
Liberal Arts Read more from Liberal Arts News
Liberal Arts alumni share their stories with current students
At the start of March, we invited some of our graduates to share their journeys from Warwick to what they're doing now. Organised by our Employability and Placement Manager, Bodrun Nahar, the event gave current students the opportunity to hear directly from alumni about their experiences of entering the world of work and further study.
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Graduate Opportunities, Start Ups, Funding Creativity
Check out the latest and upcoming opportunities for students interested in starting their own creative business or making a positive impact. Start ups, incubators, entrepreneurship and innovation.