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

Events

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.
Martin James Bartlett in concert

Martin James Bartlett in concert

Date
17/05/2017
Description
Winner of the 2014 BBC Young Musician competition, Martin James Bartlett makes his Barber Institute debut for the launch of the 2017 Birmingham International Piano Festival.
Martin James Bartlett

Martin James Bartlett

Date
17/05/2017
Description
Winner of the 2014 BBC Young Musician competition, Martin James Bartlett makes his Barber Institute debut for the launch of the 2017 Birmingham International Piano Festival.
Everyday empires, trans-Imperial circulations in a multi-disciplinary perspective

Everyday empires, trans-Imperial circulations in a multi-disciplinary perspective

Date
25 - 26/05/2017
Description
Two day conference aiming to reinterpret the ways in which empire was lived through commonplace things, spaces, and decisions in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.
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