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Wednesday, March 11, 2020

Re-imagine Global Warwick: Session 2
S0.19, Social Sciences Bulding

Warwick aspires to provide all students with an international learning experience both on campus and abroad. We want to design the strategy for a truly global learning community at Warwick with YOU! Join our focus groups and shape the internationalisation of the Education Strategy! LUNCH will be provided and you will receive a £10 Amazon voucher for your time!

SIGN UP by emailing Polina at P dot Mesinioti at warwick dot ac dot uk and do get in touch if you have any questions!

GHCC SC meeting
H3.44 Humanities Building
Department Staff Meeting
DASH ARTS THEATRE WORKSHOP with theatre-maker Sophie Austin
Helen Martin Studio, Warwick Arts Centre

Please email: ​ ​to book your FREE place.

Join ​Sophie Austin in a workshop reading of ​The World We Made – an urgent new play by Beth Flintoff inspired by Jonathon Porritt’s seminal book.

Commissioned by Becky Burchell and Change Festival,​ The World We Made is told by Keli and Luke, two students living in 2050. It offers a vibrant and dynamic vision of a world that is still available to us – if we act fast on the radical changes that are needed so urgently today.

This two hour workshop is for anyone interested in the challenges of climate change and how cultural responses to the emergency are being developed and how they are received.

You will be invited to read parts of the text, no acting experience is necessary, and reading will not be essential, if you would just like to listen.

Sophie is a theatre and film director specialising in site-specific and immersive work. She is a Creative Associate at Dash Arts.

We have a capacity of 20 for the workshop and will allocate spaces on a first emailed, first served basis.

Applied Linguistics Seminar Series: Request Production and the Effects of instruction on Young EFL Learners’ and ‘Working on Impact: Navigating Linguistic Research and Relevance for Participants’.
S0.10 Social Sciences Building

On 11/03 the Applied Linguistics Seminar Series welcomes Anders Myrset & Joelle Loew from the University of Basel and University of Stavanger to discuss ‘‘You could win MasterChef with this soup. Can I get some more?' Request Production and the Effects of instruction on Young EFL Learners’ and ‘Working on Impact: Navigating Linguistic Research and Relevance for Participants’.

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

Work in Progress Seminar

CANCELLED due to industrial action

Prof. Emily Gowers (Cambridge): Scenes from the Afterlife of Maecenas’ 

Feminist Reading Group
Conceptualising the Picture Plane: Illusionism and Flatness in Titian's painting'
F37 Millburn House

Research presented by Giorgio Taglioferro (History of Art)