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Faculty of Arts Events Calendar

Monday 14 Jan - Sunday 10 Feb 2019

Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun
Jan 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
- CANCELLED - Early Career Writers' Group H0.43
- CHM research seminar: Dr Sarah Marks (Birkbeck) Bowlbyism behind the Iron Curtain R0.14 Ramphal building, University of Warwick
- Student Wellbeing and Careers Event: Managing Careers Anxiety and Future Life Planning Ramphal Building R0.04
- Seminar Series - Speaker: Hannah Martin (Greenpeace, UK) R2.41, Ramphal Building
- French Research Seminar: ‘Beyond Orientalism: When Desbordes-Valmore carried Sa'di's roses to France’, Dr Julia Hartley (University of Warwick) H4.44
- History Department Research Seminar: Dr Luca Molà (Warwick) OC0.01 (Oculus Building)
- EMECC-GHCC seminar: Dr Sujit Sivasundaram (Cambridge) 'The Tasman Sea in an Age of Revolution, Empire and Counter-Revolt' H3.03 Humanities building, University of Warwick
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- My Voyage around the World: The Atlantic and Pacific Travels of a Late Sixteenth-Century Italian Merchant OC1.01 Oculus Building
- WiP Guest Speaker: Dr William Mack (Birmingham) Oculus 1.02
- CHM-History of Art seminar: Prof. Anthea Callen (Australian National University/Nottingham) 'Looking at Men: Art, Anatomy and the Modern Male Body' IAS seminar room, Millburn House, University of Warwick
- EMECC seminar: Prof. Peter Wilson (Oxford) Foreign Soldiers and Nation-Building in Europe c.1530-1870 H3.03 Humanities building, University of Warwick
- Public Performance of Aristophanes' Frogs Warwick Arts Centre
Annual Drama Festival for Schools: Aristophanes' Frogs Warwick Arts Centre
28 29 30 31 Feb 1 2 3
- Invited Lecture: Professor Onno van Nijf (Groeningen) "Connecting the Greeks, festivals networks in the Hellenistic period"
- Caribbean seminar room R2.41, Ramphal building
- Work in Progress Seminar Oculus 1.02
- Lytle Shaw, “The Eigner Sanction: Keeping Time from the American Century” Oculus 1.06
- Early Career Convivium. Gary Watt on 'The Opportunities & Challenges of Interdisciplinarity' All welcome h.450 humanities building
- PASSION - HRC Workshop IAS Seminar Room, Millburn House
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- Early Career Writers' Group H0.05
- CHM research seminar: Dr Eloise Moss (Manchester) 'For whose convenience? Consent, criminality, and the economy of welfare in child emigration schemes between North West England and Canada, 1870-1930' R0.14 Ramphal building, University of Warwick
- French Research Seminar: ‘Commemorating Genocide in the Rwandan Diaspora’, Dr Catherine Gilbert (University of Ghent) Humanities 3.58
- Student Wellbeing and Careers Event: Balancing Student Workload (UGs and PGs) Ramphal R0.04
- Tim Lawrence, "Counterculture, Postindustrial Creativity, the 1970s Dance Floor and…Disco” Oculus 1.06
- WiP Guest Speaker: Prof. Michèle Lowrie (Chicago) Oculus 1.02
- EMECC workshop: Early Modern Women’s Roles and Identities 1500-1800
Constructions of Love and the Emotions of Intimacy, 1750-1850