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November 2019

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- Faculty of Arts Early Career Writers' Group Wolfson 1 (Research Exchange)
- Warwick Marrow appeal Piazza and Students Union
- WiP: Dr Kathryn Woods (Warwick) ‘Exclusion and the Voluntary Hospital in Eighteenth-Century London’ Seminar room 2, Wolfson Research Exchange, 3rd floor, the Library, University of Warwick
- seminar: Dr Rachel Bennett (Warwick): 'A Heritage of Woe? Debating Prison Births in Twentieth-Century England' R0.14 Ramphal building, University of Warwick
- seminar: Dr Rachel Bennett (Warwick) 'A Heritage of Woe? Debating Prison Births in Twentieth-Century England' R0.14 Ramphal building, University of Warwick
- Walter Rodney Lecture Oculus, Room OC0.04
- Walter Rodney Memorial Lecture by Dr Patricia Rodney, ‘Living with a Legacy: My Journey with Walter Rodney’ OC0.04, Oculus Building
- Annual Walter Rodney lecture Room OC0.04
- Research Centre for Post-Kantian European Philosophy Seminar: ‘Kant and Hegel on the Antinomies of Reason’ S0.11 Social Sciences Building
- External Conference 'A Celebration of Herbal Medicine History: Researching Botanical Knowledge and Discovery' Bath Royal Literary and Scientific Institution
- CADRE - Locating your sources: Libraries, archives and reference management Wolfson Research Exchange
- Dante Reading Group H2.46
- Global seminar '‘In Search of Native Seeds: Histories of Indigenous Agriculture and the Imagined Futures of Farming' R1.13 Ramphal Building
- Work in Progress Seminar OC1.02
- GHCC seminar In Search of Native Seeds: Histories of Indigenous Agriculture and the Imagined Futures of Farming R1.13 Ramphal Building
- Millburn Seminar: Prof Aylish Wood, 'Making waves: taking a software approach to Moana' Room A0.28, Millburn House
- Environmental Humanities Network series: Visualising the Anthropocene S2.81 Social Sciences
- First Year Workshop: Aiming for a First! (Improving Academic Writing) Teaching Grid, Library
- First Year Workshop: Aiming for a First! (Improving Academic Writing) Teaching Grid, Library
- The Austerities of Independence: Human Rights and National Development Planning in Jamaica, 1955-1962 A0.28, Millburn House
- Caribbean Studies Seminar A0.28, Millburn House
- CAS-CCS Seminar: Steven L.B. Jensen, The Danish Institute for Human Rights, “The Austerities of Independence”: Human Rights and National Development Planning in Jamaica, 1955-1962” A0.28 (Milburn)
- 'The Austerities of Independence: Human Rights and National Development Planning in Jamaica, 1955-1962' R3.25 Ramphal Building
- EMECC workshop: details tbc
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- Live chat for prospective undergraduate students Online
- First Year Workshop: Aiming for a First! (Improving Academic Writing) Teaching Grid, Library
Cultures of Toxicity
Performing Power in the Premodern World University of Warwick
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- Live chat for prospective undergraduate students
- Faculty of Arts Early Career Writers' Group Wolfson 1 (Research Exchange, Library)
- Live chat for prospective undergraduate students Online
- FIRST YEAR HISTORY STUDENTS: Active Bystander Intervention Taster Sessions OC1.04
- CAS Seminar, Rupert Knox: "Challenging Partial Democracy: human rights, social media and social mobilisations in Mexico." OC1.02
- Assessed e-portfolio drop-in sessions Transnational Centre, ground floor, Humanities building.
- CAS Film Screening: "Ayotzinapa, el paso de la tortuga." and Q&A with Rupert Knox LIB.2
- CRPLA Seminar S0.11 Social Sciences Building
- Centre for Research in Philosophy, Literature & the Arts - public talk S0.11, Social Studies Building
- Live chat for prospective undergraduate students Online
- GHCC new members introduction H3.44 Humanities Building
- Dante Reading Group H2.46
- GHCC new members introduction H3.44 Humanities Building
- Work in Progress Seminar OC1.02
- 13/11 CAL Seminar Series: ‘Fostering Communication Skills Development in Internationalising HEIs: The Role of Students & Universities’ A1.11
- Getting Abroad Fair Zeeman Building
- Feminist History Seminar
- French Research Seminar: 'Vernacular mythologies: Instagram and meaning-making by non-elites at Paris Orly airport', Pr Robert Blackwood (University of Liverpool)
- HRC Italian seminar: A launch of Marianna Deganutti's "Fulvio Tomizza: Writing the Trauma of Exile" (Cambridge: Legenda, 2018) Humanities Building, H2.02
- Italian Research Seminar H4.03
- Reading Group H52
- GHCC annual lecture 'The Murder of a Dutch Fiscal in 1723, Colombo: Interrogating the Categories of ‘Slave’, ‘Black’ and ‘Kaffir’ H0.60
- Global annual lecture: The murder of a Dutch fiscal in 1723, Colombo: Interrogating the categories of ‘slave’, ‘black’ and ‘kaffir’ H0.60
- Medieval Seminar Humanities Building, H5.45
- Medieval Research Seminar H5.45 Humanities Building
- Medieval Seminar Series: Prof. Elizabeth Robertson (University of Glasgow) H5.45
GHCC Annual Conference 'Race Matters: Interrogating Race and the Global Writing of History ' Wolfson Exchange 2&3
GHCC Annual Conference: Race Matters: Interrogating Race and the Global Writing of History TBC
- Study Buddies Writing Retreat Teaching Grid, Main Library
- First Year Workshop: Aiming for a First! H3.56
- Assessed e-portfolio drop-in sessions Transnational Centre, Ground floor, Humanities
M4C Scholarship Application workshop Coventry University
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- Poetry and Philosophy Reading Group H543
- CHM Reading Lunch - Monday 18 November 15:00 - 'Pioneer' Doctors, 'Desperate' Parents: The Politics of IVF and Other Reproductive Technologies R2.15 (CHM Hub) Ramphal Building, University of Warwick
- Faculty of Arts Early Career Writers' Group Wolfson 1 (Research Exchange, Library)
- EMECC seminar: Dr Laura Kounine (Sussex) on Witchcraft (title tbc) H3.02 Humanities building, University of Warwick
- WiP: Dr Chris Sirrs (Warwick) - “The Phantom Scourge of ‘Fake’ Drugs: A Genealogy of ‘Fake-Talk’ in Global Health” Seminar room 2, Wolfson Research Exchange, 3rd floor, the Library, University of Warwick
- FIRST YEAR HISTORY STUDENTS: Active Bystander Intervention Taster Sessions OC1.04
- Queer History reading group S0.09
- Queer History - Impossible Desires S0.09
- STVDIO Seminar tbc
- STVDIO Seminar: Dr. John Sellars (Royal Holloway): 'Philosophical Biographies in the Renaissance' H0.43
- 'Race and Capital Punishment in early 20thC Florida' Vivien Miller (Nottingham) Institute for Southern Studies talk tbc
- The Doing is Everything’: A Middle-Voiced Reading of Agency in Nietzsche S0.11 Social Sciences Building
- Dante Reading Group H2.46
- Active Bystander Intervention taster session Humanities Sudio
- workshop on Languages of Slavery TBC
- Workshop on Languages of Slavery (EMECC, GHCC, EHRC, Caribbean Centre) R3.25 Ramphal Building
- Work in Progress Seminar OC1.02
- Research Seminar: Prof Lee Grieveson, 'On Media, Data, and the Deconstruction of the Administrative State'
- First Year Workshop: Aiming for a First! S1.69
- First Year Workshop: References and Bibliographies S1.39
- Warwick Workshop for Interdisciplinary Studies H0.51
- EMECC Seminar H3.03
- Renaissnce Centre Hosts: Early Career Club. Speaker Dr Sara Trevisan on 'Non-Academic Career Opportunities' R0.03 (Ramphal Building)
- Style as Substance: C.L.R James, Earl Lovelace and Cricket's Creative Freedom
- First year Workshop: Aiming for a First! H3.56
- SMLC Postgraduate Forum Wolfson Research Exchange
"Er Indoors': Domesticity and Nature in Home and Garden
- Saturday 23 November 2019 - Conference - 'Er Indoors: Domesticity and Nature in Home and Garden Wolfson Exchange, University Library
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- Faculty of Arts Early Career Writers' Group Wolfson 1 (Research Exchange, Library)
- OHN - CAS Seminar: Erika Herrera Rosales "Interviewing local NGOs and migrants: collecting data in the context of Central American migration in Mexico." R1.04
- seminar: Dr Gareth Millward (Warwick) 'Sick Notes Don't Work in Today's Welfare State: A Truth Rediscovered Every 10 Years Or So' R0.14 Ramphal building, University of Warwick
- CHM seminar: Dr Gareth Millward (Warwick) 'Sick Notes Don't Work in Today's Welfare State: A Truth Rediscovered Every 10 Years Or So' R0.14 Ramphal building, University of Warwick
- CADRE - Your Research in the Digital World Wolfson Research Exchange
- GHCC reading group - American Baroque: Pearls and the Nature of Empire, 1492-1700 H3.44 Humanities Building
- Research Seminar - Dr. Caitlin Vandertop H5.45
- GHCC reading group H3.44 Humanities Building
- Welcome Lecture OC1.04
- First Year Workshop: Aiming for a First! S1.69
- First year Workshop: Aiming for a First S1.39
- EMECC Seminar H3.03
- EMECC-CSC seminar: Dr Ed Holberton (Bristol) 'Law, Liberty and Lyric in the Eighteenth-Century Atlantic: Martha Fowke Sansom’s Poetry in The Barbados Gazette’ H3.03 Humanities building, University of Warwick
- 'Law, Liberty and Lyric in the Eighteenth-Century Atlantic: Martha Fowke Sansom's Poetry in The Barbados Gazette'
- First Year Workshop: References and Bibliographies H3.56