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Upcoming events in the School of Modern Languages, Literatures & Cultures

Upcoming events in the School of Modern Languages, Literatures & Cultures

  • Date06 February 2018

You are warmly welcomed to our forthcoming research events at the School of Modern Languages, Literatures and Cultures.



Featuring enlightening talks, presentations and dialogue on visual arts, history, literature, critical theory and translation! 

February 21, 1-2pm, IN245: Glossa Reading Group, led by Dylan Evans and Ilham Essalih

February 21, 5-6.30pm, WIN002: Dr Sarah Maitland (Goldsmiths) and Dr Emily Jeremiah (RHUL), ‘A Conversation on Translation’

March 14, 1-2pm, WIN005: Prof Dan Wilson (RHUL), ‘“Global Mission: The Goethe Society in the Third Reich’

March 21, 1-2pm, WIN005: PG work-in-progress seminar – Eleonora Traversa

March 28, 5-6.30pm, Picture Gallery: Dr Ben Thomas (Kent), ‘Curating Raphael: Invention and Eloquence,’ in association with the Centre for Visual Cultures and the Making Space for Art series

May 2, 1-2pm, location tbc: Glossa Reading Group, led by Dylan Evans and Ilham Essalih

May 2, 5-6.30pm, location tbc:
 Dr James Kent (RHUL) and Dr John Perivolaris, ‘¡“Yo soy Fidel!”: Post-Castro Cuba and the Cult of Personality,’ in association with the Centre for Visual Cultures and the Making Space for Art series

May 16, 1-2pm, location tbc: Dr Emanuela Patti (RHUL), ‘The Digital Turn in the Italian Arts: A Cultural History’

May 23, 5-6.30pm, location tbc: Dr Frances Guerin (Kent) in Conversation with Prof Ahuvia Kahane (RHUL)

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