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Intersections of Memory and Sustainability: Explorations in Eco-Art from the Caribbean and Latin America with Juan Carlos Galeano and Henri Tauliaut
IAS Seminar Room, Zeeman Building

As part of their artistic residency in the SMLC in late April 2022, Amazonian writer Juan Carlos Galeano and Martiniquian performance artist Henri Tauliaut will offer the following public events to explore how written, visual, and performative practices can address issues of memory, sustainability and justice in precarious environments. All are welcome.


Wednesday 27 April 2022, 2-5pm:

Literary and Performative Approaches

Juan Carlos Galeano in conversation with

Paul Merchant (Bristol) and Michela Coletta (SMLC), 2pm


Henri Tauliaut : Performance Art in the Caribbean,

respondent Fabienne Viala (SMLC), 3.30pm


in the IAS Seminar Room, ground floor, Zeeman Building

Light refreshments will be served between the presentations 


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Classics and Ancient History Work In Progress Seminar: “The Presence of the Republican Denarii in the Balkans and Greece"
MS teams - Please email either or for the link to attend.

MS Teams

Speaker: Dr Eleni Papaefthymiou, University of Warwick

Chair: Campbell Orchard

“The Presence of the Republican Denarii in the Balkans and Greece”