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Research seminar, Primo Levi, Jonathan Littell e la letteratura della Shoah negli anni 2000 : sul fascino, tutt'altro che discreto, della manipolazione (Guido Furci, Université de la Sorbonne Nouvelle, Paris 3)
in-person event

Primo Levi, Jonathan Littelle la letteratura della Shoah negli anni 2000

 

Sul fascino, tutt'altro chediscreto, della manipolazione

Guido Furci (MCF - Université SorbonneNouvelle)

in conversation with

Charles Burdett (Institute of Modern Languages Research)

moderated by

Cecilia Piantanida (University of Warwick)

Tuesday 10 May

16:30-18:00

Faculty of Arts Building 2.43

streaming via MS Teams.

Register at: https://forms.gle/h5P9rgmoLzXuF

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STVDIO Seminar: Prof. Sarah Knight (Leicester)
MS Teams

Prof. Sarah Knight (Leicester) on, 'Student Baroque'

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17th Annual Edward Said Memorial Lecture
Zoom

Professor David Palumbo-Liu: 'Human and Other Rights?'

The talk will address the usefulness of a human rights framework with regard to Palestine. Through an examination of literary, political and cultural texts, it will also draw on the case of the Zapatistas and of environmental justice movements globally.

David Palumbo-Liu teaches Comparative Literature and English at Stanford University. He is the author of numerous books, including The Deliverance of Others: Reading Literature in a Global Age (2012), Immanuel Wallerstein and the Problem of the World: System, Scale, Culture (2011); Asian/American: Historical Crossings of a Racial Frontier (1999). His latest book is Speaking Out of Place: How to Get Our Political Voices Back (Haymarket Books, 2021). His writings have also appeared in The Washington Post, The Nation, Jacobin, The Boston Review, The Guardian among other venues.

This will take place via Zoom. If you have any questions about the lecture, please email Stacey McDowell (stacey.mcdowell@warwick.ac.uk)

  

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