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Wednesday, February 19, 2020

 
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Department Undergraduate Offer Holder Open Day
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Student Assembly New Arts Building
MS.04 Zeeman Building
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Research Seminar by Dr Laura Spoturno
Milburn House A0.28

Research seminar by Dr María Laura Spoturno (Universidad de la Plata, Argentina; and Visiting Research Fellow at U. Edinburgh), on "Retranslation and Multimodality: Rethinking Drama Translation Within and Beyond Words".

María Laura Spoturno is Associate Professor of Literary Translation and US-American Literature at Universidad Nacional de la Plata (UNLP) and a Researcher with the Consejo Nacional de Investigaciones Científicas y Técnicas, Argentina.

Her current research focuses on the study of subjectivity and (self) (re) translation practices, self-translation and exile, and the relation between translation, gender and feminisms.

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Work in Progress Seminar
OC1.02

Dr Joanna Kemp (Warwick)Life After a Classics PhD: Alternative and Academic-Adjacent Career Options’  

Dr Kathryn Thompson (Warwick) ‘Tutoring for The Brilliant Club: Mobilising the PhD Community to make a meaningful difference in Widening Participation’ 

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'A conversation with Jan de Vries' (with tea and cakes)
R1.13 Ramphal Building
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A conversation with Jan de Vries
R1.13 Ramphal Building

All welcome, especially PG students

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Applied Linguistics Seminar Series: Speedy Research Exchange
S0.10 Social Sciences Building

On 19/02 the Applied Linguistics Seminar Series welcomes Warwick Applied Linguistics’ Staff Members and Students to a Speedy Research Exchange (Tell your peers about your work in a 3 minutes one to one exchange)

All talks take place from 1600-1700 in S0.10

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Research Seminar: Prof Karen Pinkus (Cornell University):'Thinking about Automation: Machines and Labour in Italian Cinema of the 1960s'
A0.28, Millburn House
Research Seminar: Prof Karen Pinkus (Cornell University):'Thinking about Automation: Machines and Labour in Italian Cinema of the 1960s'
Date: 19/02/2020
Time: 4.30pm (followed by drinks reception)
Venue: A0.28 (Millburn House)
All welcome
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Reading Group: Global Exchanges
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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

Respondent: Prof Jennifer Burns (Warwick)

Abstract: The enduring and palpable significance of Levi's most famous book in terms of testimony, analysis, meditation and warning should not obliterate its literary value. And this not only in the sense that the book has literary value, which deserves to be appreciated and investigated in its own right; but also in the sense that it addresses the meaning and purpose of literature within the very specific circumstances from which it arose. Admittedly, it does this most of the time by indirect means; but on at least one occasion in the course of the narrative the blinding power of an exemplary situation is such as to justify the suggestion that what Levi is setting up for the reader is nothing less than an allegory of the literary act itself. The focus of this talk will be Chapter 11 of Se questo è un uomo, "Il canto di Ulisse".