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Monday 21 Oct - Sunday 17 Nov 2019

Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun
Oct 21 22 23 24 25 26 27
- Study Buddies Writing Retreat Teaching Grid, Main Library
- STVDIO Seminar: Prof. Dr. Marc Laureys (Bonn/Oxford): 'Text and Paratext in Erasmus's Editions of the Classics' LIB 2 (Rear of Library, ground floor, near cafe entrance)
- Centre for Research in Philosophy, Literature & the Arts - public talk S0.11, Social Studies Building
- David Nicholls Memorial Trust Annual public lecture Regents Park College, Oxford
- Medieval Work in Progress Seminar-all welcome Group Study Room, Transnational Resources Centre, Humanities Building
- EMECC seminar: Prof. Adam Fox (Edinburgh) 'Cheap Print and Society in early modern Scotland' H3.03 Humanities building, University of Warwick
28 29 30 31 Nov 1 2 3
- seminar: Dr Rachel Bennett (Warwick) 'A Heritage of Woe? Debating Prison Births in Twentieth-Century England' R0.14 Ramphal building, University of Warwick
- Annual Walter Rodney lecture Room OC0.04
- Walter Rodney Memorial Lecture by Dr Patricia Rodney, ‘Living with a Legacy: My Journey with Walter Rodney’ OC0.04, Oculus Building
- CADRE - Locating your sources: Libraries, archives and reference management Wolfson Research Exchange
- 'The Austerities of Independence: Human Rights and National Development Planning in Jamaica, 1955-1962' R3.25 Ramphal Building
- 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)
4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Performing Power in the Premodern World University of Warwick
11 12 13 14 15 16 17
- HRC Italian seminar: A launch of Marianna Deganutti's "Fulvio Tomizza: Writing the Trauma of Exile" (Cambridge: Legenda, 2018) Humanities Building, H403
- Medieval Seminar Series: Prof. Elizabeth Robertson (University of Glasgow) H5.45
- Study Buddies Writing Retreat Teaching Grid, Main Library