Events in the School of Languages, Cultures, Art History and Music

Events

University Women's Choir

University Women's Choir

Date
24/03/2017
Description
The final lunchtime concert in the spring season is presented by the award-winning University Women's Choir and their director, Professor Simon Carrington.
Roald Dahl's Revolting Rhymes

Roald Dahl's Revolting Rhymes

Date
25/03/2017
Description
Join us for a phizz-whizzing day of gloriumptious music, storytelling and art as we celebrate Roald Dahl's jumpsquiffling stories from Revolting Rhymes in the 2017 Bournville Book Festival.
Film screening: "The Wolf" (El Lobo)

Film screening: "The Wolf" (El Lobo)

Date
28/03/2017
Description
The Graduate Centre for Europe invites you to a screening of the film "The Wolf" (El Lobo) (2004, Miguel Courtois, Spain).
Film screening: "Combat Girls" (Kriegerin)

Film screening: "Combat Girls" (Kriegerin)

Date
25/04/2017
Description
The Graduate Centre for Europe invites you to a screening of the film "Combat Girls" (Kriegerin) (2011, David Wnendt, Germany).
BEAST FEaST 2017: Figure, Landscape, Seascape, Sky

BEAST FEaST 2017: Figure, Landscape, Seascape, Sky

Date
27 - 29/04/2017
Description
Join us and featured composers Paula Matthusen, Pierre Alexandre Tremblay, and Sarah Farmer for BEAST FEaST 2017.
Queering Luso-Afro-Brazilian Studies

Queering Luso-Afro-Brazilian Studies

Date
05 - 06/05/2017
Description
This international conference aims to embrace queer readings of both canonical and "minor" or neglected Portuguese, Brazilian and Lusophone African writers and artists from any historical period.
6 Hands

6 Hands

Date
10/05/2017
Description
Join these three guitar legends as they combine their unrivalled skills as classical and jazz musicians to create an awe-inspring concert of solos, duos and trios.
The invention of subtitling in the US and the UK

The invention of subtitling in the US and the UK

Date
15/05/2017
Description
2017 Translation Studies Research Forum.
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