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Friday, February 21, 2020

 
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CHIC 2020

Runs from Thursday, February 20 to Tuesday, March 10.

We are incredibly proud to present the Creative Her Innovation Collective here at the University of Warwick Warwick Enterprise is delivering an exciting opportunity for students to engage with leading women in the creative and digital industry.

GHCC workshop 'Why Does Economic History Matter?'
St John's Westwood Church, 45 Westwood Heath Road, Coventry, CV4 8GN
Global History workshop 'Why Does Economic History Matter?'
St John's Westwood Church, 45 Westwood Heath Road, Coventry, CV4 8GN
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RESONANCE: A SOCIAL THEORY FOR THE GOOD LIFE
TBC

Runs from Friday, February 21 to Saturday, February 22.

Speakers:

Hartmut Rosa (Sociology, Jena University/Max Weber Kolleg Erfurt)
Daniel Hartley (World Literatures, Durham)

Irina Hron, (German Studies, Vienna University/Gothenburg University)

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Study Buddies - Academic Writing Retreat
Teaching Grid, Main Library

Study buddies is programme of activities delivered by the Arts Faculty aimed to support students with their research, writing and assessment. Study buddies provides a space where students can come to write, read and work on their assessment in a supportive working environment. At each study buddy session an academic will be on hand to provide guidance and support with assessments. Refreshments and lunch will be provided.


IN TERM 3 YOU CAN USE THE SESSIONS FOR EXAM REVISION!

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First Year Workshop: Aiming for a First!
H3.56
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Hartmut Rosa: "Resonance and Alienation. Two Modes of Experiencing Time in an Age of Acceleration”. Public Lecture
R1.13 Ramphal Building

Hartmut Rosa’s Resonance. A Sociology of our Relationship to the World was published in English translation in June 2019 with Polity Press. Following on from Rosa’s Social Acceleration. A New Theory of Modernity (2013), that designated acceleration as the driving force of modernity, Resonance is an attempt to re-theorise the possibility of a ‘good life’ in an age that increasingly looks at human life in terms of manageable resource and that is dominated by experiences of subject alienation. Combining the traditions of Critical Theory with recent theories of alienation, Resonance is both a critique of contemporary life-world relations and develops a conceptual apparatus to enable us to re-think a utopian horizon of functioning relationships to the world.

With generous funding from HRC Warwick, HRC Logo

the Centre for Research in Philosophy, Literature and the Arts (CPRLA) and

The School of Modern Languages and Cultures (SMLC)

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Hartmut Rosa: “Resonance and Alienation. Two Modes of Experiencing Time in an Age of Acceleration”
R1.13