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POSTPONED DAHL Shorts - Teaching and supporting students with Digital Arts and Humanities
FAB4.79 and in Teams
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POSTPONED DAHL Shorts - Public engagement with Digital Arts and Humanities
FAB4.79 and in Teams
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Study Cafe - supported study time for students
FAB M0.02
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Ukrainian Summer School Public Event

Part of the Summer School with students from the Ukrainian Catholic University, Lviv

When: Wednesday, 21 June 2023, 3-6pm

Where: H0.51 (Humanities Building)


3pm-4pm:Experiencing War: Reports by Ukrainian students (Moderator: Nataliya Pratsovyta)

4pm-6pm: The Framing of the Russian Attack on Ukraine (Moderator: Christoph Mick)

Jade McGlynn: Preparing the War in Russia

Sasha Dovzhyk: Talking about Ukraine: Encounters and Challenges

Anna Hajkova: Debates in Germany

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Cultures of Belonging: The Politics of Inclusion, Exclusion and Reparation
FAB 0.03

Cultures of Belonging: The Politics of Inclusion, Exclusion and Reparation 

Free public event: Wednesday 21st June 2023, Faculty of Arts Building, Room FAB0.03, University of Warwick

What is culture, and how do cultural practices shape inclusion and exclusion?

Join us for an evening of open panel discussion with three leading academics as they discuss cultures of belonging across time, place and context.

Culture is at the heart of who we are and how we relate to the world. It is a political category that can render one included and excluded. Culture is conditioned by histories and legacies which shape our contemporary practices in ways that are often unseen, difficult to talk about, yet experienced by all. ‘Culture wars’ bring the fault lines of culture into public imagination, framing many of the key debates facing modern societies with increasing urgency.

Three public intellectuals come together in conversation reflecting on the promises and caveats of cultures of belonging. Janina Ramirez (University of Oxford) is a bestselling author and art historian, Charles Forsdick (University of Liverpool) is James Barrow Professor of French and a Fellow of the British Academy. Xine Yao (University College London) is Lecturer in American Literature to 1900 and a BBC Radio 3/AHRC New Generation Thinker.

The open panel discussion will be accompanied by an art showcase by the poet, musician and artist Sujatha Menon in collaboration with digital artist Paul Windridge as they bring to life and celebrate the many fascinating projects that the Connecting Cultures GRP has funded over the past academic year. The event is followed by a drinks and nibbles reception.

For more information and registration visit our website