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Wednesday, May 15, 2019

 
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Light in Darkness: The mystical philosophy of Jacob Böhme
Chapel of Christ the Servan, Coventry Cathedral

Runs from Tuesday, April 30 to Friday, July 05.

Light in Darkness: The mystical philosophy of Jacob Böhme

Free special guided tours of the exhibition.

GSD Video Filming
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IAS Fellow Jasbir Puar in Conversation with Rahul Rao & Masterclass

For the 2019 Social Theory Centre's Annual Distinguished Speaker Series event, you are warmly invited to hear Professor Jasbir Puar (Rutgers University, USA) in conversation with Dr. Rahul Rao (SOAS, South Asia Institute).

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History Department Meeting - Equality and Diversity Working Group
tba
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Admin Committee
R3.38, Ramphal Building
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Midlands Classics Colloquium
Ramphal 2.41 https://warwick.ac.uk/about/visiting/maps/interactive/)

The second in a series of annual colloquia in Classics, Ancient History and Archaeology. The aim is to bring together six Midlands departments (Universities of Birmingham, Leicester, Nottingham, Warwick, Coventry and Newman) to forge connections and encourage further collaboration between our academic communities.

If you wish to attend the dinner, please contact the organiser Dario Calomino.

Interacting with the Gods (abstracts)

2:00: Prof Zahra Newby. Professor of Classics and Ancient History, University of Warwick

Dr Dario Calomino. Research Fellow, University of Warwick

Welcome

First Session: Gifts for the Gods

2:15: Dr Michaela Senkova. Teaching Fellow, University of Leicester

‘Textile-related votives in ancient Greek religion’

2:45: Denise Wilding. PhD Candidate, University of Warwick

‘Tokens and Temples: The role of tokens in interactions between worshippers and gods in the Roman period’

3:15: Coffee Break

Second Session: Defining and Interpreting the Divine

3:45: Dr Theodora Jim. Assistant Professor in Ancient Greek History, University of Nottingham

'Nothing to do with the Afterlife? Soteria in ancient Greece’

4:15: Dr Daniel Anderson. Research Associate, University of Coventry

‘Dionysus on the comic stage’

4:45: Dr Ailsa Hunt. Lecturer in Ancient History, University of Birmingham

‘What does Numen mean?’

5:15: Drinks

6:30: Dinner

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History Department Meeting - Education Committee (EdCom)
H3.02, Humanities Building
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History Department Meeting - Research Committee
H3.03, Humanities Building
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Party to Welcome the iGSD to the School
R3.38
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Seminar Series - Speaker: Theobald Theodory
R3.41, Ramphal Building