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Monday 29 Apr - Sunday 26 May 2019

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- NSS
Deadline for missed monitoring points report T2
- Early Modern Movies screening: Henry V The Hollow Crown (2012). All welcome H4.50
- Light in Darkness: The mystical philosophy of Jacob Böhme Chapel of Christ the Servan, Coventry Cathedral
- WiP: Katey Logan (Warwick) Archive theory and historiography H4.50, off Graduate Space, Humanities building
- Liberal Arts UGSC R3.09, Ramphal Building
- PG and Early-Career Workshop on Expanded Poetics: Poiesis Means Making Room OC1.08 (Oculus Building)
- CHM research seminar: Dr Angela Woods (Durham) Relating to Leah's Voices: scholarly and clinical questions about agency and identity in the experience of hearing voices R0.14 Ramphal building, University of Warwick
- My Voyage around the World: The Atlantic and Pacific Travels of a Late Sixteenth-century Italian Merchant
- seminar: Dr Angela Woods (Durham) Relating to Leah's Voices R0.14 Ramphal building, University of Warwick
- My Voyage around the World: The Atlantic and Pacific Travels of a Late Sixteenth-century Italian Merchant OC1.04 Oculus Building
- STVDIO Seminar: Alice Leonard (Warwick). All welcome H4.50 (humanities building)
- STVDIO Seminar H450
- Dante Reading Group H450
- Graduate Studies Committee R3.38
- History Department Staff Meeting A0.23, Social Sciences
- Seminar Series - Speaker: David Soloman (Blueprint) R2.41, Ramphal Building
- History Department Research Seminar: Sir John Elliott (Oxford), 'Scots and Catalans' OC0.01 (Oculus Building)
- Current research in French studies at Warwick: Creolization in Haiti (Matthew Allen) and Materiality and Corporeality in 13th-Century Translation (Jane Sinnett-Smith) Humanities 4.44
- French Research Seminar H4.44
- 14th Annual Edward Said Lecture: Harry Harootunian OC1.06
- WWIGS Seminar H2.44
- [CANCELLED] Classical Connections - IAS VF Public Lecture: Dr Dan-el Padilla Peralta (Princeton) "The Etruscan Negro: from Coin to Memory to Racial Politics" OC 0.04
School Admin Staff Away Day TBC but on campus
- Renaissance Support Librarian-Office Hour H4.50
- Research Seminar Series: Workshop on the Anthropocene with David Farrier (Edinburgh) H3.55
- Writing about Sport Roundtable OC1.06 (Oculus Building)
- Research Seminar Series: David Farrier (Edinburgh), “Footprints: In Search of Future Fossils” OC1.04
- Early Career Writers' Group Workshop: Race, Ethnicity and Equality in History Teaching OC0.01
- Classical Connections Public Lecture: Michael Okyere Asante (Stellenbosch University) "Facing Reality: The Future of "African Classics" from a Ghanaian Perspective" OC 0.01
Women and Property in the long Eighteenth Century
Deadline for submission of timeliness of feedback reports for Term 2
- EMECC workshop: Women and Property in the Long Eighteenth Century IAS seminar room, Millburn House, University of Warwick
- Racing The Classics II - Research Workshop (invitation only) AC.02-AC.03
Conference: Poetry and Philosophy Colloquium: On Poetic Determination University of Warwick
Shakespeare and Education Humanities Buliding
- Poetry and Philosophy Colloquium: On Poetic Determination University of Warwick, room MS.05 (Mathematics and Statistics Building)
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- Light in Darkness: The mystical philosophy of Jacob Böhme Chapel of Christ the Servan, Coventry Cathedral
- WiP: John Wilmot (Warwick): 'Aspects of mid-Victorian medical institutions in the West Midlands' H4.50, off Graduate Space, Humanities building
- CHM-Film Studies film screening/seminar: 'Hysterical Masculinity, Voice, Otherness and the Cartoon Villain', with film director Richard Squires and producer Abigail Addison A0.28, Millburn House, University of Warwick
- film screening/seminar: 'Hysterical Masculinity, Voice, Otherness and the Cartoon Villain', with film director Richard Squires and producer Abigail Addison A0.28, Millburn House, University of Warwick (access behind Millburn House - follow signs for Film Studies)
- The Role of History in the Age of Fake News: Panel discussion organised by the History Department and Warwick Globalist Oculus OC0.01
- Global Reading Group 'Globalists, Quinn Slobodian' H0.58 Humanities Building
- Global Reading Group 'Globalists: The End of Empire and the Birth of Neoliberalism by Quinn Slobodian' H0.58 Humanities Building
- Faculty Education Committee (Arts) Senate House Council Chamber
- History Module Fair Zeeman Building Foyer (The Streets)
- Work in Progress Seminar: Guest Speaker: Catharine Edwards "The epistolographic self in Seneca's letters" Oculus 1.02
- Research Seminar: Anna Douglas (curator), ‘Saturday Night and Sunday Morning: locating memory and animating engagement through film and exhibition’ A0.28 (Millburn House)
- Research Seminar Series: Nathan Brown, Concordia University, “Expanded Poetics: Romantic, Modernist, Contemporary” OC1.04
- Medieval Seminar Series: Prof. Nicolette Zeeman (King’s College Cambridge) Oculus Building, Universtity of Warwick (OC1.07)
- Medieval Seminar H203
- Renaissance Support Librarian-Office Hour H4.50
- GSD - UGSC R3.38, Ramphal Building
- Humanities Book Launch Graduate Space, Humanities
- Lost Before It Was Found: The 'LBT' Moment in Indian LGBT activism R1.03 Ramphal Building
- History of Art Alumni Careers Event.
- "Of Winged Words and Homeland Security" - Dr Sasha-Mae Eccleston MS.04
- Classical Connections - IAS VF Public Lecture: Dr Sasha-Mae Eccleston (Brown) "Of Winged Words and Homeland Security" MS.04
Translating Philosophy and Theory - Style, Rhetoric and Concepts
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- Light in Darkness: The mystical philosophy of Jacob Böhme Chapel of Christ the Servan, Coventry Cathedral
- The Future of Work and Inequalities Institute of Advanced Study, Milburn House, Milburn Hill Road, University of Warwick Science Park, Coventry, CV4 7HS
GSD Video Filming
- Joint book launch: 'Women on the Edge in Early Modern Europe' and 'From Medievalism to Early-Modernism' Graduate Space, 4th Floor Humanities Buidling
- CHM seminar: Prof. Manon Parry (University of Amsterdam) 'Reproducing Bodies: Pregnancy, Contraception, and Abortion in Museums' R0.14 Ramphal building, University of Warwick
- seminar: Prof. Manon Parry (University of Amsterdam) 'Reproducing Bodies: Pregnancy, Contraception and Abortion in Museums' R0.14 Ramphal building, University of Warwick
- STVDIO Seminar: John Monfasani (State University of New York at Albany). All welcome. H4.50 (humanities building)
- STVDIO Seminar H450
- Postgraduate Research Symposium. S0.10, Social Sciences building
GSD Video Filming
- IAS Fellow Jasbir Puar in Conversation with Rahul Rao & Masterclass
- History Department Meeting - Equality and Diversity Working Group tba
- Admin Committee R3.38, Ramphal Building
- History Department Meeting - Education Committee (EdCom) H3.02, Humanities Building
- History Department Meeting - Research Committee H3.03, Humanities Building
- Midlands Classics Colloquium Ramphal 2.41 https://warwick.ac.uk/about/visiting/maps/interactive/)
- Party to Welcome the iGSD to the School R3.38
- Seminar Series - Speaker: Theobald Theodory R3.41, Ramphal Building
GSD Video Filming
- Research Committee R3.38
- Renaissance Support Librarian-Office Hour H4.50
- GHCC Steering Committee and AGM OC0.01 Oculus Building
- Global Annual Lecture 'The Treaty of Versailles and Its Discontents: A Centenary Look Back at the Global 1919'
- Classical Connections Seminar Lecture: Dr Thomas Biggs (Georgia) "Agamben, Iustitium, and the Poetic "State of Exception" from Lucan's Bellum Civile to the United States-Mexico Border" H0.03
- Global Annual Lecture 'The Treaty of Versailles and Its Discontents: A Centenary Look Back at the Global 1919' OC0.01, Oculus Building
- external conference: Technologies of Mind and Body in the Soviet Union and the Eastern Bloc University of Nottingham
EMECC workshop: Re-Imagining the Mediterranean: Trans-cultural networks in the Early Modern World IAS, Millburn House, University of Warwick
GSD Video Filming
- Workshop 'Barricades': Political protest in Europe after 1815 (Mark Philp) Wolfson Research Exchange (Library)
- Passion - Public Workshop Oculus Building
- PASSIONS IN PRACTICE - Public Keynote Event Room OC0.04, Oculus Building
- Etiology, pathophysiology and treatment of sleep and circadian disruption in cancer Psychology Department (Room H1.49 in the Annex of the Humanities Building)
Parish Participation
- Parish Participation - Seventeenth Warwick Symposium on Parish Research Humanities Building, University of Warwick
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- Light in Darkness: The mystical philosophy of Jacob Böhme Chapel of Christ the Servan, Coventry Cathedral
- Conference: 'Victoria's Self-Fashioning: Curating Royal Image for Dynasty, Nation & Empire'. Kensington Palace, London.
PG Classics Colloquium 2019 OC1.06
- Liberal Arts Staff Meeting R3.38, Ramphal Building
- Global seminar 'History of Passport' R1.13 Ramphal Building
- Global seminar 'History of the Passport' R1.13 Ramphal Building
- Renaissance Support Librarian-Office Hour H4.50
- CCMPS: CADRE FESTIVAL - One-day Symposium - New Directions in Cultural & Media Research OC0.01
- Symptom control and symptom management in cancer patients during acute care and into the survivorship: latest developments in sleep disruption, CRF and neurocognitive impairment in cancer Medical School, MBU Room A151
WORKSHOP. Setting the Scene: the Architectural Imagination of Renaissance Artists. Warwick in London, Stanley Building, 7 Pancras Square, London N1C 4AG.
- PG Symposium: Intermediality. Questioning the in-betweenness of media and artistic practices Wolfson Research Exchange
Presentations and Interviews for GSD STF R1.03 and R3.38
GSD Video Filming
- The Environmental Humanities: an IAS-Connecting Cultures GRP Salon
- Research Seminar: Katherine Lebow (Oxford), The People Write! Polish Everyman Autobiography from the Great Depression to the Holocaust R1.03
- Roundtable ''Hindutva: Trans/National and Global Narratives of Hindu Nationalism' H5.45 Humanities Building