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Warwick Words - History Festival 2 - 22 October 2022
Warwick

Runs from Sunday, October 02 to Saturday, October 22.

Researchers from the Department of History will be delivering a series of talks at Warwick Words History Festival. Now in its twentieth year, Warwick Words is a popular annual event, bringing internationally acclaimed historians to share stories from the past to venues around Warwick.

Since 2012, the University of Warwick has collaborated with the festival on a series titled Tea Time talks, where academics from the Department of History discuss their research. This year, topics are:

History and the Russian Invasion of UkraineProfessor Christoph Mick and Dr Claire Shaw, Saturday 8 October

Picking up the Pieces: Gender and Romantic Failure in late 20th Century Britain Dr Zoe Strimpel, Saturday 22 October

The Politics of Touch in the late 18th Century Professor Mark Philp, Saturday 26 November

The programme also includes a play written by PhD student David Fletcher and performed by Loft Theatre company. Taking the Waters tells the story of a cholera epidemic that took place in Leamington Spa in 1849, and the medical and political conflicts that surrounded it.

Other speakers at the festival include Tracy Borman, Max Hastings, Dan Jones, Adam Rutherford, Charles Spencer and Alison Weir. Tickets are available from Warwick Words’ website: https://warwickwords.co.uk/ 

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Constellations of Home
University of Warwick’s Faculty of Arts Building (The FAB)

Runs from Monday, October 03 to Thursday, October 27.

Constellations of HOME is a legacy project from Agency, part of the HOME: Arts and Homelessness Festival that took place during Coventry City of Culture. Agency was created by the socially-engaged artist Anthony Luvera in collaboration with people who have experienced homelessness in Coventry.

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STVDIO Seminar - Professor Carlo Caruso (Siena)
FAB2.43

(joint seminar with Italian):

Prof Carlo Caruso (University of Siena).

Paper title: 'Hypnerotomachia Poliphili (1499) - An Antique Novel for Modern Readers'

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STVDIO Seminar: Carlo Caruso (University of Siena)
Room 2.43, Faculty of Arts Building

In person talk by Prof. Carlo Caruso (University of Siena). Paper title: 'Hypnerotomachia Poliphili (1499) - An Antique Novel for Modern Readers'

Registration via the webpage.

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