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

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The Greenest Nation on Trial: German Environmentalism in Perspective

The Greenest Nation on Trial: German Environmentalism in Perspective

Date
24/02/2015
Description
IGS Panel Discussion. Speakers: Axel Goodbody (University of Bath), Silke Mende (Centre d'Histoire de Sciences Po, Paris), Frank Uekötter (University of Birmingham).
Music Research Colloquium: Agnieszka Pluta

Music Research Colloquium: Agnieszka Pluta

Date
25/02/2015
Description
Agnieszka Pluta (Cardiff University) delivers this Music Research Colloquium seminar.
'Better Than Before'?: Actor-Network-Theory and László Moholy-Nagy's occupational therapy courses

'Better Than Before'?: Actor-Network-Theory and László Moholy-Nagy's occupational therapy courses

Date
26/02/2015
Description
Imogen Wiltshire (University of Birmingham) delivers this Art History, Film and Visual Studies research seminar.
Barber Lunchtime Series: New Music Ensemble

Barber Lunchtime Series: New Music Ensemble

Date
27/02/2015
Description
The Department of Music's New Music Ensemble presents a lunchtime concert focusing on the works of contemporary composers with strong associations with the city of Birmingham and the University.
Voyages of Discovery

Voyages of Discovery

Date
01/03/2015
Description
Birmingham Symphonic Winds and their director, Keith Allen, join the University Wind Band in their capacity as Ensemble in Residence at the University of Birmingham.
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Date
03/03/2015
Description
Dr Bradley Stephens (University of Bristol) delivers this French Studies research seminar.
DEFA's Last Gasp: Melancholy and the End of East German Filmmaking

DEFA's Last Gasp: Melancholy and the End of East German Filmmaking

Date
04/03/2015
Description
Speaker: Nick Hodgin (University of Lancaster). IGS / Modern Languages seminar.
DEFA's Last Gasp: Melancholy and the End of East German Filmmaking

DEFA's Last Gasp: Melancholy and the End of East German Filmmaking

Date
04/03/2015
Description
Speaker: Nick Hodgin (University of Lancaster). IGS / Modern Languages seminar.
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