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

Events

Translation talk

Translation talk

Date
23 - 24/04/2015
Description
A conference jointly organised by the Birmingham Centre for Translation, University of Birmingham, the School of Literatures, Languages and Cultures, University of Edinburgh, and the IMLR.
Crimes in translation

Crimes in translation

Date
01/05/2015
Description
The Birmingham Centre for Translation presents a public lecture by Dr Helena Buffery (University College Cork) and readings and discussions with author Teresa Solana and her translator, Peter Bush.
Visual anthropology in Sardinia

Visual anthropology in Sardinia

Date
05/05/2015
Description
Dr Silvio Carta talks about his new book published by Peter Lang (2015).
Aupa Etxebeste (Hurray Etxebeste)

Aupa Etxebeste (Hurray Etxebeste)

Date
07/05/2015
Description
The 5th Basque, Catalan and Galician Cinema Season is taking place next 7, 21 and 28 of May, at the mac Birmingham.
Trouble at the Vale: Chelsea anarchists in the 1890s

Trouble at the Vale: Chelsea anarchists in the 1890s

Date
07/05/2015
Description
Anna Gruetzner-Robins (University of Reading) delivers this Art History, Film and Visual Studies research seminar.
50 Years of German-Israeli Relations: Reflections on History, Memory and International Politics

50 Years of German-Israeli Relations: Reflections on History, Memory and International Politics

Date
12/05/2015
Description
IGS Symposium. Speakers: Lorena De Vita (Aberystwyth University); Harald Kindermann (former FRG Ambassador to Israel); Shimon Stein (former Israeli Ambassador to the FRG); Ruth Wittlinger (University of Durham)
50 Years of German-Israeli Relations: Reflections on History, Memory and International Politics

50 Years of German-Israeli Relations: Reflections on History, Memory and International Politics

Date
12/05/2015
Description
IGS Symposium. Speakers: Lorena De Vita (Aberystwyth University); Harald Kindermann (former FRG Ambassador to Israel); Shimon Stein (former Israeli Ambassador to the FRG); Ruth Wittlinger (University of Durham)
Ottiero Ottieri: un caso letterario. Industry, mental illness and politics in Ottieri's work

Ottiero Ottieri: un caso letterario. Industry, mental illness and politics in Ottieri's work

Date
12/05/2015
Description
Dr Fabrizio di Maio (University of Birmingham) delivers this Italian Studies research seminar.
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