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Thursday 8th May 2014

Conference in May 2014

Date
08 (08:00) - 09 May 2014 (20:00)
Description
Translation and Comparative Cultural Studies: East and West in Dialogue on 8-9 May 2014, at the Institute for Modern Languages Research, University of London
Friday 9th May 2014

Friction - May 2014

Date
08 (08:00) - 09 May 2014 (18:00)
Description
An interdisciplinary conference on technology & resistance; University of Nottingham; Thursday 8th May & Friday 9th May, 2014

Conference in May 2014

Date
08 (08:00) - 09 May 2014 (20:00)
Description
Translation and Comparative Cultural Studies: East and West in Dialogue on 8-9 May 2014, at the Institute for Modern Languages Research, University of London
Wednesday 14th May 2014

Stephanie Lewthwaite 'Regionalism and Modernism in New Mexico'

Date
14 May 2014 (17:00-18:00)
Location:
Trent A19 Committee room
Description
Stephanie Lewthwaite 'Regionalism and Modernism in New Mexico: The Postwar Painting of Edward Chavez'
Thursday 15th May 2014

Dr Nicole Fayard Translating Shakespeare

Date
15 May 2014 (12:00-13:00)
Location:
Trent B4
Description
Dr Nicole Fayard (Leicester University) 'Translating Shakespeare' All welcome!
Monday 19th May 2014

Beyond PhD: Post-doctoral Fellowships and Career Development in the Arts and Humanities

Date
19 May 2014 (09:30-17:30)
Location:
College Court, University of Leicester
Description
A free one-day conference for arts and humanities early career researchers (and potential researchers) at the six universities of the Midlands3Cities Doctoral Training Partnership, sponsored by the British Academy.
Wednesday 21st May 2014

Translating the Dictionary of Untranslatables

Date
21 May 2014 (14:00-18:00)
Location:
Machicado Suite, Willoughby Hall
Description
To celebrate the launch of the 'Dictionary of Untranslatables' (Princeton University Press, 2014), the English-language edition of the seminal Vocabulaire européen des philosophies (Seuil, 2004), we are holding a half-day conference featuring Professor Barbara Cassin (CNRS, editor of the original French volume), two of the editors of the English version, Professor Emily Apter (NYU) and Professor Michael Wood (Princeton), as well as one of the members of the translating team, Professor Michael Syrotinski (University of Glasgow). Find out more!

Tom Padden Obligations of the public intellectual

Date
21 May 2014 (16:15-17:15)
Location:
Trent C40
Description
Tom Padden 'Obligations of the public intellectual: Politically engaged writers' summits and the West German peace movement (1981-1983)'
Wednesday 28th May 2014

Eric Pullin Resisting the Cold War

Date
28 May 2014 (17:00-18:00)
Location:
Highfield House A01
Description
'Resisting the Cold War: India and the Cultural Politics of Super Power Propaganda' Eric Pullin, Carthage College - After winning its independence in 1947, India quickly became a major ideological battleground in the Cold War. To the rival American and Soviet superpowers, propaganda and psychological warfare offered a means of securing the support of nonaligned India. Find out more!

Antoni Kapcia 'Leadership in the Cuban Revolution'

Date
28 May 2014 (17:00-18:00)
Location:
Trent B4
Description
Antoni Kapcia 'Leadership in the Cuban Revolution: The story behind Fidel (and Raúl... and Che... etc.)'
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