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Understanding our multilingual world exhibition - Being Human festival

Date
18 - 24/11/2017
Location:
Meadows library
Description
Taken by members of the public, photographs will display what multilingualism means to different people and their communities.

Switchboard II - Being Human festival

Date
21/11/2017
Location:
Low Pavement
Description
Enter a phone booth and leave your own answer machine messages, imagining calls yet to be made.

The rise, fall and revival of the modern bookshop - Being Human festival

Date
21/11/2017
Description
Explore how independent bookshops have been important institutions in the development of modern literature and culture.

Hungry for words? Let's talk about food – with men. Being Human festival

Date
22/11/2017
Description
Calling all men! Join a cafe drop-in session to tell your thoughts about food.

Research seminar, 22 November 2017

Date
22/11/2017
Location:
Machicado Suite, University Park, Willoughby Hall
Description
Hannes Ziegler (GHIL), Elusive Diplomacy: Saxon Conflict Management in the later Sixteenth Century

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Outreach Event November 2017

Description
The School of Cultures, Languages and Area Studies ran a venture to support A level languages pupils in a new element of their course, the individual research project. The session was delivered in conjunction with Hallward library staff, who gave the visitors a library tour and a workshop on research and referencing skills.

Dr Monica White Contributes a chapter to Portraits of Medieval Eastern Europe 900-1400

Description
Dr Monica White (Russian & Slavonic Studies) contributed a chapter to Portraits of Medieval Eastern Europe, 900-1400, ed. by Don Ostrowski and Chrisitan Raffensperger (Routledge 2017). It's a book of fictional but historically-informed 'portraits' of either named individuals or composite figures. Monica chose to write about a composite figure, a Russian monk named Fotii, who travelled to Constantinople in 1277 to recruit fresco painters for a new church in his hometown.

Challenge Week

Description
Four Modern, Languages and Cultures students visited George Spencer Academy in Stapleford to deliver a presentation about studying languages and a mini language taster as part of the academy's "Challenge week", which was all about languages and cultures.

Cultures, Languages and Area Studies and City of Literature

Description
Katie Harrison (Postgraduate Research student) drew on her contacts with the local Ukrainian community to organise a very enjoyable talk by British Ukrainian author Maria Dziedzan, talking about her novel, When Sorrows Come based on the experience of her family in Ukraine during the Second World War.

Victoria Gertsman Review Published

Description
Victoria Gerstman's review of Alison Hulme's Consumerism on TV: Popular Media from the 1950s to the Present was recently published in Critical Studies in Television (Volume 12, Issue 3).

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The Faculty of Arts provides a stimulating and welcoming community where you can enjoy a high quality educational experience. Colleagues in the Faculty have been recognised for their outstanding and inspirational teaching, both with awards and impressive National Student Survey results. Academic colleagues produce world-leading research and, following our strong REF 2014 results, we aim to continue to promote a thriving research environment.

The Faculty has a tremendous range of facilities to support your learning including a theatre, museum, recital hall, galleries, libraries, Manuscripts and Special Collections, and digital resources with the latest graphics equipment and software.

We look forward to welcoming you.

 

Professor Jeremy Gregory, Pro-Vice-Chancellor, Faculty of Arts

 

 

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