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Monday 22 Oct - Sunday 18 Nov 2018

Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun
Oct 22 23 24 25 26 27 28
- Queer History Reading Group: (Homo)Sexuality and the Colonial Archive H1.48, Humanities Building
- Graduate Studies Committee TBC
- GSD Staff Meeting A0.05 (Social Sciences)
- Workshop 'Comparative state formation: The Legitimation of Early Modern States: England (1530-1750), Japan (1660-1895), and China (1720-1895)' IAS seminar room, Millburn House
- GHCC-EMECC joint workshop Comparative State Formation... IAS seminar room, Millburn House
- Workshop 'Comparative state formation: The Legitimation of Early Modern States: England (1530-1750), Japan (1660-1895), and China (1684-1911)' IAS seminar room, Millburn House
- EMECC Workshop IAS Seminar Room
- Work in Progress Seminar Oculus 1.02
- Seminar Series R2.41, Ramphal Building
- Medieval Seminar Series: Professor Wendy Scase (Birmingham) Oculus Building, Universtity of Warwick (OC1.07)
- Medieval Seminar H203
- Warwick Thursdays – Will Eaves Writers’ Room in Millburn House
- Dr Sarah Derbew (Harvard University) OC1.06
- Classical Connections Public Lecture: Dr Sarah Derbew (Harvard) "The Metatheater of Blackness: Danaids, Dunbar, and Ellison" OC 1.06
- Briefing on Monash Integrated Terms Abroad for GSD Students L5
Conference: Analytic Aesthetics and Film Studies Department of Film and Television Studies, University of Warwick
Closing date for Student Ambassador applications
29 30 31 Nov 1 2 3 4
- Hard Landings: Memory, Place and Migration - Prof Susannah Radstone, Monash University Wolfson Research Exchange
- Memory Master Class Susannah Radstone: Working with memory and place Wolfson Research Exchange
- WiP: Ute Oswald (Warwick): title tba tbc
- Caribbean Studies Committee Room H3.04
- CHM research seminar: Dr Hannah Elizabeth (LSHTM) title tba R0.14 Ramphal building, University of Warwick
- seminar: Dr Hannah J. Elizabeth (LSHTM) Recovering Women’s Experiences of HIV/AIDS and Sexual Health Activism in Edinburgh, 1983-2000 R0.14 Ramphal building, University of Warwick
- Walter Rodney Lecture Oculus, OC1.09
- Annual Walter Rodney lecture Room OC1.09, Oculus Building, The University of Warwick
- GHCC New Members Introductions H5.45 Humanities Building
- GHCC New Members Introductions H5.45 Humanities Building
- Merve Emre Graduate Student Workshop OC1.08
- Liberal Arts Staff Meeting R3.38, Ramphal Building
- Work in Progress Seminar Oculus 1.02
- Millburn Seminar: Professor Ben Highmore, ‘Hardboiled Spies and Soft Cooked Eggs: Tastemakers and Taste Making in Britain in the 1960s and 70s’ A0.28 (Millburn House)
- Professor Merve Emre (Oxford) MS.04 Zeeman Building
- WWIGS Seminar H2.44
- Italian Research Seminar H4.03
- Prof Martin Kemp (University of Oxford): Leonardo and the Ineffable: Form and Content in the Salvator Mundi H4.03
- Merve Emre Public Lecture, "Readers as Caregivers: On Reading for Empathy" MS.04
- Vampires Exhibition: Dr Fabio Camilletti (University of Warwick), Inaugural Speech Modern Records Centre
- Warwick Thursdays - David Vann Writers’ Room in Millburn House
- EMECC seminar: Dr Noah Millstone (Birmingham) ‘The Economy of Judgments: Book Talk, Scarcity, and the Production of Dissensus in the Early Modern (Confessional) Republic of Letters’ S0.17 Social Sciences building, University of Warwick
- EMECC Seminar S0.17
5 6 7 8 9 10 11
Deadline for receipt of draft exam paper for GD104
- Liberal Arts UGSC R3.38, Ramphal Building
- GSD - UGSC R3.38, Ramphal Building
- Seminar Series R2.41, Ramphal Building
Interviews for Student Ambassadors R3.38
- Warwick Thursdays - Lettice Franklin Writers’ Room in Millburn House
Deadline for GSD students to submit expression of interest to go to Monash
Interviews for Student Ambassadors R3.38
conference: The Politics of Sedition in Long Nineteenth Century Britain: A Social and Cultural Discourse University of Warwick
The Legacy of Watership Down: Animals, Adaptation, Animation
The Politics of Sedition in Long Nineteenth Century Britain: A Social and Cultural Discourse Venue tbc
12 13 14 15 16 17 18
- ROOM UTLISATION SURVEY
''Bites Here and There'': Literal and Metaphorical Cannibalism across Disciplines University of Warwick
''Bites Here and There'': Literal and Metaphorical Cannibalism across Disciplines tbc
Deadline for approval of student module registrations
- Admin Committee R3.38, Ramphal Building
- Speaking across the 'Eternal Divide': A Conversation on Goals and Methods in Global History and Politics IAS seminar room, Millburn House
- Speaking across the 'Eternal Divide': A Conversation on Goals and Methods in Global History and Politics IAS seminar room, Millburn House
- STVDIO Seminar Series: Dr. María Morrás (Barcelona/Magdalen College, Oxford) H4.50 Humanities Building, University of Warwick
- STVDIO Seminar H450
- WiP Guest Speaker: Dr Oliver Schelske (LMU München) "Herodotus' Histories - a manual of making political decisions?" Oculus 1.02
- WWIGS Seminar H2.44
- French Research Seminar H4.44
- French Research Seminar: ‘Queer permeability: the body and queer theory in France’, Dr Elliot Evans (University of Birmingham) Humanities 4.44
- Warwick Thursdays - Sophie Mackintosh Writers’ Room in Millburn House
- EMECC seminar: Prof. Nicholas McDowell (Exeter) 'Huguenot Refugees and the Politics of Translating Rabelais in Britain' S0.17 Social Sciences building, University of Warwick
- EMECC Seminar S0.17
Advise Warwick Accommodation of students wishing to go to Monash in 2020
- A Symposium for Em. Prof Ann Caesar Seminar Room, Institute of Advanced Studies (IAS), Millburn House
- A Mindfulness Workout: First Person Attending, with Kitty Wheater (Oxford) Humanities Studio
- Italian Research Seminar H4.03