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Tuesday, February 18, 2020

 
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Roundtable discussion 'Bread and Potatoes'
IAS meeting room, Zeeman Building

A session with IAS visiting fellow Prof Jan de Vries, Berkeley

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Round-table discussion 'Bread and Potatoes'
IAS meeting room, Zeeman Building
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Centre committee meeting
Room H3.04

Caribbean centre committee meeting

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Reading Images: Queer Re/presentation and Identity
TBC

Queer History Reading Group

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Department Research Seminar cohosted with Queer History Reading Group: Lola Olufemi
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STVDIO Seminar
H0.43

Dr. Lucy Rayfield (Warwick): 'No Laughing Matter: Superiority Theory and Early Modern Humour'.

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STVDIO Seminar series with Dr. Lucy Rayfield (Warwick): 'No Laughing Matter: Superiority Theory and Early Modern Humour'
H0.43 Humanities Building

Dr. Lucy Rayfield (Warwick) will speak to us on 'No Laughing Matter: Superiority Theory and Early Modern Humour'

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Presentation by Zak Ové

Ové is a British-Trinidadian visual artist whose work is showcased internationally in several museums in Europe and the USA. His sculpture 'Moko Jumbie' was the first Caribbean artwork to enter the permanent collection of the British Museum in 2015.

He has a multi-disciplinary practice across sculpture, film and photography. His work is informed in part through the history and lore carried through the African diaspora to the Caribbean, Britain and beyond with particular focus on traditions of masking and masquerade.

Ové’s artworks explore the interplay between old world mythology and what he posits as ‘potential futures’, a space where he reinterprets existence into the fantastical.

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Caribbean Studies Seminar
tbc

Presentaion by Zak Ove

 Ove is a British-Trinidadian visual artist whose work is showcased internationally in several museums in Europe and the USA. His sculpture 'Moko Jumbie' was the first Caribbean artwork to enter the permanent collection of the British Museum in 2015.
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An Enquiry Concerning Non-Human Understanding: Philosophy, Ecstasy and Ecological Thinking
S0.11 Social Sciences Building

Guest Speaker: Simone Kotva (Cambridge)

Title: ‘An Enquiry Concerning Non-Human Understanding: Philosophy, Ecstasy and Ecological Thinking’

Date: Tuesday 18 February 2020

Time: 5.30pm-7.30pm

Location: Room S0.11, Social Sciences Building