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Monday 23 Dec - Sunday 19 Jan 2020

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- Welcome Back Meeting
- Research Seminar H5.45
- GHCC reading group - American Baroque: Pearls and the Nature of Empire, 1492-1700 H3.44 Humanities Building
- GHCC reading group - American Baroque: Pearls and the Nature of Empire, 1492-1700 H3.44 Humanities Building
- Final Year Meeting MS02
- Work in Progress Seminar OC1.02
- Department Community Welcome Back Reception Zeeman Building Foyer
- SSLC Student Surgery MB0.05
- First Year Workshop: Getting the Most out of Group Projects S1.69
- First Year Workshop: Getting the Most out of Group Projects S1.39
- GHCC SC meeting H0.03 Humanities Building
- Discussion: Dr David van der Linden (Groningen) and Prof. Penny Roberts (Warwick) 'Letterlocking in Early Modern France' H3.02 Humanities building, University of Warwick
- Joint STVDIO SEminar with Dr. David van der Linden (Groningen) and Prof. Penny Roberts (Warwick) H0.43 Humanities Building
- EMECC seminar: Dr David van der Linden (Groningen) and Prof. Penny Roberts (Warwick) 'Letter-locking in Renaissance France' H3.03 Humanities building, University of Warwick
- STVDIO Seminar H0.43
- First Year Workshops: Getting the Most out of Group Projects H3.56
- Conference: Dr Lucy Underwood - 'British Catholics in the European Imagination c.1530-1800' H0.03 Humanities Building - The University of Warwick
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- Sensing the City Exhibition: An Urban Room Herbert Gallery
- MA Study Event G55, Millburn House
- BAME Creatives performance showcase Avon Drama Studio
open
- WiP: Sophie Greenway (Warwick) 'Thesis Structure: pulling things together and writing an introduction'? H1.02 Humanities Building, University of Warwick
- CADRE Workshop - Completing your PhD Wolfson Research Exchange
- CHM Seminar: Dr Gareth Millward (Warwick) 'Sick Notes Don't Work in Today's Welfare State: A Truth Rediscovered Every 10 Years Or So' R0.14 Ramphal Building, University of Warwick
- Seminar: Dr Gareth Millward (Warwick) 'Sick Notes Don't Work in Today's Welfare State: A Truth Rediscovered Every 10 Years Or So' R0.14 Ramphal building, University of Warwick
- Joint STVDIO/Hispanic Studies seminar with Prof. Jonathan Thacker (Oxford): 'Creating the World on Spanish Golden-Age Stages...' H0.43 Humanities Building
- Queer History - Reading Images: Queer Re/presentation and Identity OC1.03
- STVDIO Seminar H0.43
- Centre for Research in Philosophy, Literature & the Arts - public talk S0.11, Social Studies Building
- Homofaunie: Non-Human Tonalities of Listening in Derrida and Cixous S0.11 Social Sciences Building
- CADRE - Developing a critical voice through academic writing and critical reading Wolfson Research Exchange
- Personal Experience and Voice Legitimacy in Academic Writing: Challenges and Methodologies Humanities H3.05
- Work in Progress Seminar OC1.02
- Applied Linguistics Seminar Series: ‘Current Themes in English Language Teacher Education’ S0.10 Social Sciences Building
- CANCELLED - CHM Seminar: Dr Sophie Mann (Warwick) 'Double Nature, Double Care and the Ensouled Human Body' R0.04 Ramphal Building, University of Warwick
- seminar: CANCELLED - Dr Sophie Mann (Warwick) 'Double Nature, Double Care and the Ensouled Human Body' R0.04 Ramphal Building, University of Warwick
- 'The Making of Migration': A Roundtable S0.17 Social Sciences Building
- ECLS Inaugural Lecture S0.11 Social Sciences
- Inaugural lecture of Professor Christiania Whitehead: ‘Saintly Policemen of the Northern Border’ Location: S0.11, Social Sciences Building
- Research Seminar - Processes, Participations and Networks of Engagement G56, Millburn House
- Reading Group: Global Exchanges F37 Millburn House (History of Art)
- Medieval Seminar S0.11
- First Year Workshop: Using Primary Sources S1.69
- First Year Workshop: Using Primary Sources
- First Year Workshop: Using Primary Sources H3.56
- ‘Foucault at Warwick’ Room OC1.06, The Oculus
Sensing the City Symposium