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February 2020

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- Study Buddies - Academic Writing Retreat Teaching Grid, Main Library
- Theatre & Performance Studies Alumni Evening 
- OHN - CAS Seminar: Erika Herrera Rosales "Central American migration in Mexico." TBC
- CADRE Workshop - Getting published Wolfson Research Exchange
- Caribbean Centre committee Room R3.04, 3rd floor humanities
- Seminar from the Migration, Identity and Translation Network (MITN). A1.11 Social Sciences Building
- Caribbean Centre seminar series: Tracing Commemorations of Colonial Settlement in Bermuda OC1.03 Oculus Building
- Caribbean Studies Seminar OC1.03 (Oculus)
- 'Tracing Commemorations of Colonial Settlement in Bermuda' Room 0C1.03, Oculus Building
- CRPLA Seminar: Josh Robinson, "Crisis in Theory S0.11, Social Studies Building
- GHCC reading group Voyles, Wastelanding: Legacies of Uranium Mining in Navajo Country H3.44 Humanities Building
- GHCC Reading Group - Wastelanding: Legacies of Uranium Mining in Navajo Country H3.44 Humanities Building
- Science, Technology and Environment Workshop H0.03 Humanities Building
- GHCC Science, Technology, and Environment Workshop H0.03 Humanities Building
- Applied Linguistics Seminar Series: ‘The Gendered Commodification of French on T-shirts’ S0.10 Social Sciences Building
- Applied Linguistics Seminar Series: ‘The Gendered Commodification of French on T-shirts’. S0.10 Social Sciences Building
- Work in Progress Seminar OC1.02
- Beyond the Shrine: The Material Landscape along the Camino to Santiago F37 Millburn House (History of Art)
- HRC Italian seminar: Dr Caterina Paoli (MHRA fellow, Warwick): "Staging the Page: Italian Poetic Translations of Greek Tragedies" H4.44
- Department Reading Group H5.01
- First Year Workshop: Using Online Sources S1.69
- First Year Workshop: Using Online Sources S1.39
- Renaissance Centre Hosts: Early Career Club. Speaker Ingrid De Smet on 'Conferences, Committees and Societies: How Important Are Extra-Curricular Activities?' R1.13 (Ramphal Building)
- Warwick Classics Presents Oedipus Rex Warwick Arts Centre
- Interactive Futures Conference 2020 The Spa Centre, Leamington Spa
- Global Games Jam
Dissertation Conference
Warwick Ancient Drama Festival Schools Day University of Warwick
- First Year Workshop: Using Online Sources H3.56
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- WiP: Prof. Roberta Bivins (Warwick) 'Innovate to incorporate or examine to exclude: the emergence of Britain's technoborders' seminar room, Modern Records Centre, University of Warwick
- seminar: New Histories of Disability R0.14 Ramphal building, University of Warwick
- CHM Seminar: New Histories of Disability Location: R0.14 Ramphal building, University of Warwick
- GHCC/CHM joint seminar on Genetics, Public Health and ‘Medical Archaeology’ in the Middle East - CANCELLED R0.14
- STVDIO Seminar Series with Dr. Xavier Espluga (Barcelona): 'Roman Topography and Epigraphy in the Epigrammata antiquae urbis (1522)' S0.21 (Social Sciences Building)
- STVDIO Seminar tbc
- Post-Kantian European Philosophy Research Seminar: ‘Philosophies of the Wolf: Freud and Deleuze and Guattari’ S0.11 Social Sciences Building
- Warwick VR Festival
- Migration, Identity and Translation Network: Lost in translation? WBS Create Suite
- English & CLS - Research Seminar H0.58
- Event: Getting the Most out of Digital Source Collections Event Wolfson Research Exchange Seminar Room 3 (Library Extension, Level 3)
- Getting the most out of primary source collections Wolfson Research Exchange Seminar Room 3 (Library Extension, Level 3)
- Queer History - Nanette Screening & Discussion S0.18 & S0.20
- Applied Linguistics Seminar Series: Warwick Applied Linguistics’ Research Activity Group overview S0.10 Social Sciences Building
- Applied Linguistics Seminar Series: Warwick Applied Linguistics’ Research Activity Group overview S0.10 Social Sciences Building
- Global History seminar on Historicizing Imaginaries of Collective Property: A View from South Africa R1.13 Ramphal Building
- GHCC seminar on Historicizing imaginaries of collective property: a view from South Africa R1.13 Ramphal Building
- Work in Progress Seminar OC1.02
- Research Seminar: Dr Clive Nwonka (LSE): 'The Black Neo-liberal Aesthetic' A0.28, Millburn House
- Feminist Reading Group H50.02
- Warwick in London: Film and Television Studies Information Evening
- Environmental Humanities Network Events SOCIAL STUDIES BUILDING - SO.13
- First Year Workshop: Aiming for a First! S1.69
- First Year Workshop: Aiming for a First! S1.39
- First Year Workshop: Aiming for a First! H3.56
- EMECC workshop: details tbc
- PROVISIONAL Gemma Romain R3.41
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- Student Wellbeing Drop in session H4.02
- CADRE Workshop - How to get Postdoctoral Research Funding Wolfson Research Exchange
- Applied Linguistics Seminar Series: 'Understanding Anti-Refugee Arguments in the “Refugee Crisis”' S0.10 Social Sciences Building
- Arts Faculty Impact Lunch - Collaboration: Working with External Partners Room H0.58 (Humanities)
Literature and Event: Reformulations of the Literary in the 21st Century
- Literature and the Event: Reformulations of the Literary in the 21st Century See link for further details
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- Roundtable discussion 'Bread and Potatoes' IAS meeting room, Zeeman Building
- Round-table discussion 'Bread and Potatoes' IAS meeting room, Zeeman Building
- Centre committee meeting Room H3.04
- Reading Images: Queer Re/presentation and Identity TBC
- Department Research Seminar cohosted with Queer History Reading Group: Lola Olufemi
- STVDIO Seminar H0.43
- STVDIO Seminar series with Dr. Lucy Rayfield (Warwick): 'No Laughing Matter: Superiority Theory and Early Modern Humour' H0.43 Humanities Building
- Caribbean Studies Seminar tbc
- Presentation by Zak Ové
- An Enquiry Concerning Non-Human Understanding: Philosophy, Ecstasy and Ecological Thinking S0.11 Social Sciences Building
- Department Undergraduate Offer Holder Open Day
- Research Seminar by Dr Laura Spoturno Milburn House A0.28
- Work in Progress Seminar OC1.02
- Applied Linguistics Seminar Series: Speedy Research Exchange S0.10 Social Sciences Building
- 'A conversation with Jan de Vries' (with tea and cakes) R1.13 Ramphal Building
- A conversation with Jan de Vries R1.13 Ramphal Building
- Research Seminar: Prof Karen Pinkus (Cornell University):'Thinking about Automation: Machines and Labour in Italian Cinema of the 1960s' A0.28, Millburn House
- Reading Group: Global Exchanges
- HRC Italian Seminar. Prof Giuseppe Stellardi (University of Oxford): "Allegories of Literature: the case of Primo Levi's 'Se questo è un uomo.'" H4.44
- CHIC 2020
- First Year Workshop: Aiming for a First! S1.69
- First Year Workshop: Aiming for a First! S1.39
- Finalist UG Students - Student Voice Session OC0.02 Oculus Building
- CANCELLED EMECC-GHCC seminar:Dr Lauren Working (Oxford) 'Indians herbe', ivory box: Civility and Empire in Early Stuart London H3.03 Humanities Building
- GHCC/EMECC seminar 'Indians herbe', ivory box: Civility and Empire in Early Stuart London - CANCELLED H3.03 Humanities Building
- EMECC Seminar H3.03
- RESONANCE: A SOCIAL THEORY FOR THE GOOD LIFE TBC
GHCC workshop 'Why Does Economic History Matter?' IAS seminar room, Zeeman Building
Global History workshop 'Why Does Economic History Matter?' St John's Westwood Church, 45 Westwood Heath Road, Coventry, CV4 8GN
- Study Buddies - Academic Writing Retreat Teaching Grid, Main Library
- First Year Workshop: Aiming for a First! H3.56
- Hartmut Rosa: "Resonance and Alienation. Two Modes of Experiencing Time in an Age of Acceleration”. Public Lecture R1.13 Ramphal Building
- Hartmut Rosa: “Resonance and Alienation. Two Modes of Experiencing Time in an Age of Acceleration” R1.13
English & CLS - Flows and Floods Conference
Flows and Floods: Changing Environments and Cultures
- Resonance: Social Theory and the Good Life. A Workshop with Hartmut Rosa F204 Millburn House
- Resonance: Social Theory and the Good Life. A Workshop with Hartmut Rosa Millburn House
- Environmental Humanities Network C0.08 Zeeman Building
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- CHIC 2020
- WiP: Dr Sara Bamdad - IAS/Sociology (Warwick) title tbc seminar room, Modern Records Centre, University of Warwick
- CADRE Workshop - Impact with your Research Wolfson Research Exchange
- Seminar: Dr Adrienne Evans (Coventry) - Digital bumps: Pregnancy, digital culture and the fantasy of the good life. R0.14 Ramphal building, University of Warwick
- CHM seminar: Dr Adrienne Evans (Coventry) - Digital bumps: Pregnancy, digital culture and the fantasy of the good life. R0.14 Ramphal Building, University of Warwick
- Centre for Research in Philosophy, Literature & the Arts - public talk S0.11, Social Studies Building
- GHCC reading group A Fistful of Shells: West Africa from the Rise of the Slave Trade to the Age of Revolutions H0.03 Humanities Building
- GHCC Reading Group - A Fistful of Shells: West Africa from the Rise of the Slave Trade to the Age of Revolutions - CANCELLED H0.03 Humanities Building
- Research Seminar H3.55
- Department Research Committee H3.02
- Department Education Committee H3.03
- Student Wellbeing Skills Session-Thrive during Challenging Times H4.02
- Work in Progress Seminar OC1.02
- Applied Linguistics Seminar Series: ‘Exploring the Collaborative Construction of Emergent Leadership’ and ‘Exploring Issues of Social Integration of German-Turkish Adolescences through Identity Construction’. S0.10 Social Sciences Building
- Prof. Catherine Hall, History Department Seminar/ Feminist History Group
- Ana Kamien's Mutable Bodies: Abstraction and Modern Dance in 1960's Argentina F37 Millburn House
- French Studies Research Seminar: Justine Feyereisen (Wolfson College, Oxford) "Migration Challenging Democracy: The Awakening of Utopia in French-speaking Literature" H4.43 (Humanities building)
- Public Lecture: Dr Carlotta Cossutta (IAS International Visiting Fellow), "Femininity as a Political Concept. Mary Wollstonecraft on Social Identities" Humanities Building, H5.45
- First Year Workshop: Representing History project S1.69
- First Year Workshop: Representing History Project S1.39
- Renaissance Centre Hosts: Early Career Club. Speaker James Green on 'Project Proposals for Post-Doctoral Fellowships' R2.24/25 (Ramphal Building)
- Postgraduate Live Chat -Theatre & Performance Studies Online Chat
- EMECC Seminar: The Great Level: A discussion with historical-novelist Stella Tillyard OC1.04 The Oculus, Warwick University
- EMECC Seminar H3.03
- First Year Workshop: Representing History Project H3.56
- Shelley Legacies Heritage Day Shelley Theatre, Beechwood Avenue Bournemouth Dorset BH5 1LX