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The Letters Page: Volume 3 Launch

Date
Wednesday 17th October
Location:
Trent Building (Daytime Event) and Cobden Chambers (Evening Event)

Philosophy Research Seminar - James Miller

Date
Wednesday 17th October
Location:
Machicado Suite Willoughby Hall
Description
Philosophy research seminar: James Miller (University of Nottingham)

Colette: The Middlebrow Modernist

Date
Wednesday 17th October
Location:
Trent C7
Description
Modern Languages and Cultures Research Seminar series 2018-19 host a talk by Diana Holmes (University of Leeds/special professor in French, University of Nottingham)

Digital Transformations Hub Launch Event

Date
Thursday 18th October
Location:
Humanities Building
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Paul Smith talks to France 24 about resignation of French Interior Minister

Description
Dr Paul Smith, Department of Modern Languages and Cultures, talks to France 24 English News about French Interior Minister, Gerard Collomb, asking, for the second time, permission to quit his post, leaving French President Emmanuel Macron on the verge of losing his third government minister in as many months.

Kathrin Yacavone awarded Humboldt fellowship

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Congratulations to Dr Kathrin Yacavone (Department of Modern Languages and Cultures, French section) who has been awarded a prestigious Humboldt fellowship. She will be taking up the one-year fellowship from February 2019.

Paul Smith attends colloquium to celebrate 60th anniversary of French Fifth Republic

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Dr Paul Smith (Department of Modern Languages and Cultures, French section) will be participating in a one-day colloquium in Paris on the Senate to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the French Fifth Republic

Jan-Noel Thon co-edits open access book on animation and comic studies

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Dr Jan-Noel Thon, Department of Cultural, Media and Visual Studies has co-edited the open access book Ästhetik des Gemachten: Interdisziplinäre Beiträge zur Animations- und Comicforschung [Aesthetics of the Artefactual: Interdisciplinary Contriutions to Animation and Comics Studies] that was published with De Gruyter in September 2018.
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