All 10 entries tagged Seminar Series

No other Warwick Blogs use the tag Seminar Series on entries | View entries tagged Seminar Series at Technorati | There are no images tagged Seminar Series on this blog

October 29, 2010

Arts Faculty PG Seminar Series

ARTS FACULTY POSTGRADUATE SEMINAR SERIES

"Madness and Midwifery"

WEDNESDAY 3rd NOVEMBER

  • Francesca Scott: ‘By art and not by force.’ Man-midwives, old women, women writers and the case of nature versus medicine.

  • Joseph Jackson: ‘Fanonian Antisyzygy Madness and Dualism in Suhayl Saadi's Psychoraag

Chair: Charlotte Mathieson

Wolfson Research Exchange, 4.45pm - papers start at 5

Wine and refreshments will be provided

Further information: http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/arts/afss/


May 31, 2009

Arts Faculty Postgraduate Seminar Series – week 7

The final event in the Arts Faculty Postgraduate Seminar Series 2008-09 will take place on Wednesday week 7 at 5.30pm in the Graduate Space.

Papers will start at 5.30pm, lasting approximately 20 minutes with questions between each, followed by discussion and time to socialise over refreshments at the end - wine, soft drinks, and nibbles are provided.

All Arts Faculty Postgraduate students are welcome to attend.

WEEK 7 – Wednesday 3rd June

Jiwon Chung (Department of English): "Late-Victorian Beauty and the Female Body"

La Tasha Brown (Centre for Translation and Comparative Cultural Studies): "The Black Caribbean Diasporic Urban Experience, 1970-1980"

Chair: Jeanine Tuschling (Department of German Studies)

For further enquiries, please contact one of the organisers:

Adam Putz: a.putz@warwick.ac.uk

Arina Lungu: a.n.lungu@warwick.ac.uk

Charlotte Mathieson: c.e.mathieson@warwick.ac.uk

Jeanine Tuschling: j.tuschling@warwick.ac.uk


May 18, 2009

Arts Faculty Postgraduate Seminar Series – Week 5

The next event in the Arts Faculty Postgraduate Seminar Series will be on Wednesday week 5 at 5.30pm in the Graduate Space.

Papers will start at 5.30pm, lasting approximately 20 minutes with questions between each, followed by discussion and time to socialise over refreshments at the end - wine, soft drinks, and nibbles are provided.

All Arts Faculty Postgraduate students are welcome to attend.

WEEK 5 – Wednesday 20th May

Dom Holdaway (Department of Italian Studies): “Uomini e no: Recomposing Masculinities in the films of Paolo Sorrentino”

Serena Bassi (Department of Italian Studies): "Rewriting texts and constructing cultures for the market: an exploration of the commercial success of Gomorrah Italy's other mafia in the UK".

Chair:             Mariarita Martino (Department of Italian Studies)

For further enquiries, please contact one of the organisers:

Adam Putz: a.putz@warwick.ac.uk

Arina Lungu: a.n.lungu@warwick.ac.uk

Charlotte Mathieson: c.e.mathieson@warwick.ac.uk

Jeanine Tuschling: j.tuschling@warwick.ac.uk


May 04, 2009

Arts Faculty Postgraduate Seminar Series – Term 3

The Arts Faculty Postgraduate Seminar Series will be holding three events this term. The first seminar is this Wednesday (week 3) at 5.30pm in the Graduate Space.

Papers will start at 5.30pm, lasting approximately 20 minutes each with questions between each, followed by discussion and time to socialise over refreshments at the end - wine, soft drinks, and nibbles are provided.

All Arts Faculty Postgraduate students are welcome to attend.

For further enquiries, please contact one of the organisers:

Adam Putz: a.putz@warwick.ac.uk

Arina Lungu: a.n.lungu@warwick.ac.uk

Charlotte Mathieson: c.e.mathieson@warwick.ac.uk

Jeanine Tuschling: j.tuschling@warwick.ac.uk

Details of the Term 3 programme are as follows:

WEEK 3 – Wednesday 6th May

Anthony Bounds (Department of History): West Indian Independence and Decolonisation in the 20th Century

Clea Rivalta (Department of Italian Studies): “The representation of Fascism in post-war Italy: the case of Alberto Moravia"

Chair:            Arina Lungu (English Department)  

WEEK 5 – Wednesday 20th May

Dom Holdaway (Department of Italian Studies): “Uomini e no: Recomposing Masculinities in the films of Paolo Sorrentino”

Serena Bassi (Department of Italian Studies): "Rewriting texts and constructing cultures for the market: an exploration of the commercial success of Gomorrah Italy's other mafia in the UK".

Chair:             Mariarita Martino (Department of Italian Studies)

WEEK 7 – Wednesday 3rd June

Ji Won Chung (Department of English): “Late-Victorian Beauty and the Female Body”

                   

La Tasha Brown (Centre for Translation & Comparative Cultural Studies): "The Black Caribbean Diasporic Urban Experience, 1970-1980."

Chair:             Jeanine Tuschling (Department of German Studies)


February 18, 2009

Arts Faculty Postgraduate Seminar Series Week 7 panel

The Arts Faculty Postgraduate Seminar Series Week 7 panel is taking place TONIGHT with papers as follows:

Caterina Sinibaldi (Italian Dept.): “Translating for Children under the Fascist Regime in Italy”

Svetlana Skomorokhova (Centre for Translation and Comparative Cultural Studies: "Translating from a Minor Culture: Belarusian Literature in English"

Chair: Mariarita Martino (Italian Dept.)

The seminar starts at 5.30pm in the Graduate Space, papers lasting approximately 20 minutes each with time for questions between each, followed by discussion and time to socialise over refreshments at the end - wine, soft drinks, and nibbles are provided.

All Arts Faculty Postgraduate students are welcome to attend.

For further enquiries, please contact one of the organisers:

Adam Putz: a.putz@warwick.ac.uk

Arina Lungu: a.n.lungu@warwick.ac.uk

Charlotte Mathieson: c.e.mathieson@warwick.ac.uk

Jeanine Tuschling: j.tuschling@warwick.ac.uk


January 05, 2009

Arts Faculty Postgraduate Seminar Series Term 2, Week 3

The Arts Faculty Postgraduate Seminar Series will recommence this term in Week 3, with papers from two students from the English Department:

Mary Mullen: “Living in the Present Moment: North and South’s Contingent History”

Pete Kirwan: “‘Those wretched plays’: Bardolatry vs. the Shakespeare Canon”

Chair: Charlotte Mathieson (English Dept.)

We will be returning to the usual venue, the Graduate Space (4th Floor Humanities)

Papers will start at 5.30pm, lasting approximately 20 minutes each with time for questions between each, followed by discussion and time to socialise over refreshments at the end - wine, soft drinks, and nibbles are provided.

All Arts Faculty Postgraduate students are welcome to attend.

For further enquiries, please contact one of the organisers:

Adam Putz: a.putz@warwick.ac.uk

Arina Lungu: a.n.lungu@warwick.ac.uk

Charlotte Mathieson: c.e.mathieson@warwick.ac.uk

Jeanine Tuschling: j.tuschling@warwick.ac.uk


November 19, 2008

Arts Faculty Postgraduate Seminar Series Week 9

Arts Faculty Postgraduate Seminar Series

Week 9 Panel - Wednesday 26th November

The next seminar will meet on Wednesday Week 9 in the Wolfson Research Exchange (Library). Papers will be presented by PhD students from the English and German Departments:

JA Kusaka (English Dept.): "Hunger, War, and Communal Bonds in Ken Saro-Wiwa’s Sozaboy"

Jeanine Tuschling (German Dept.): “Hide and Seek: Authorship and Media Publicity in Elfriede Jelnek’s ‘Greed’”

Chair: Adam Putz (English Dept.)

Papers will start at 5.30pm, lasting approximately 20 minutes each with time for questions between each, followed by discussion and time to socialise over refreshments at the end - wine, soft drinks, and nibbles are provided.

All Arts Faculty Postgraduate students are welcome to attend.

For further enquiries, please contact one of the organisers:

Adam Putz: a.putz@warwick.ac.uk

Arina Lungu: a.n.lungu@warwick.ac.uk

Charlotte Mathieson: c.e.mathieson@warwick.ac.uk

Jeanine Tuschling: j.tuschling@warwick.ac.uk


November 07, 2008

Arts Faculty Postgraduate Seminar Series – Week 7

Arts Faculty Postgraduate Seminar Series

Week 7 Panel - Wednesday 12th November

The next seminar will meet on Wednesday Week 7 in the Graduate Space. Papers will be presented by two PhD students from the Department of Italian Studies:

Andrea Hajek: 'E se il '68 fosse (anche) di destra? Media and Identity Formation: Reading the Protest Movement of 1968 from the Right"

Mariarita Martino: 'Fetishism in an Intersemiotic Context: "The Key"'

Chair: Arina Lungu (English Dept.)

Papers will start at 5.30pm, lasting approximately 20 minutes each with time for questions between each, followed by discussion and time to socialise over refreshments at the end - wine, soft drinks, and nibbles are provided.

All Arts Faculty Postgraduate students are welcome to attend.

For further enquiries, please contact one of the organisers:

Adam Putz: a.putz@warwick.ac.uk

Arina Lungu: a.n.lungu@warwick.ac.uk

Charlotte Mathieson: c.e.mathieson@warwick.ac.uk

Jeanine Tuschling: j.tuschling@warwick.ac.uk


October 05, 2008

Arts Faculty Postgraduate Seminar Series

Arts Faculty Postgraduate Seminar Series

First Panel of the Year - "Histories of Drinking"

Panelists:

Deborah Toner (History Dept.) "The National Disease: Alcoholism in Late Nineteenth Century Mexico"

Mark Hailwood (History Dept.) "John Jarret and Roaring Dick of Dover: Popular Attitudes to Drinking in Seventeenth-Century England"

Demmy Verbeke (Renaissance Studies Centre) "Contra nycticoraces: The Humanists' Approach to Drunkenness"

Chair: Jeanine Tuschling (German Dept.)

Wednesday 15th October (Week 3) 5pm (papers at 5.30pm) in the graduate space, 4th floor humanities

All arts faculty postgraduates welcome; refreshments provided.

For further enquiries please contact:

Adam Putz: a.putz@warwick.ac.uk

Charlotte Mathieson: c.e.mathieson@warwick.ac.uk

Jeanine Tuschling: j.tuschling@warwick.ac.uk

Arina Lungu: a.n.lungu@warwick.ac.uk


September 07, 2008

Arts Faculty Postgraduate Seminar Series

Arts Faculty Postgraduate Seminar Series, 2008–9

*** EXTENDED DEADLINE: 1st October 2008***

The programme is now being compiled for the 2008-2009 Arts Faculty Seminar Series.

The Arts Faculty Postgraduate Seminar will meet at 17.00 on the third and seventh Wednesdays of each term in the Graduate Space on the fourth floor of the Humanities Building. The first presentation will start at 17.30, with each lasting no longer than twenty minutes. Chairs need not prepare questions in advance of presentations.

Postgraduate research students from all Departments within the Arts Faculty are invited to present papers of 20 minutes. Each seminar will consist of two/three presentations followed by a question and answer session facilitated by a panel chair. Refreshments will be provided.

This is a relaxed, informal environment in which to present and discuss your research. Works in progress and drafts of conference papers are especially welcome; the seminar series is an extremely useful opportunity to gain experience in giving a conference paper and chairing a panel as well as to engage in academic discussion about your research with postgraduates across other disciplines. If you are interested, please contact the organisers indicating the subject area of your research and/or a provisional title (we recognise that this will be subject to change at this stage).

If you know others working in similar research areas, you may wish to put together a panel.

Please email the organisers by 1st October:

Adam Putz a.putz@warwick.ac.uk,

Charlotte Mathieson c.e.mathieson@warwick.ac.uk

Jeanine Tuschling j.tuschling@warwick.ac.uk


August 2014

Mo Tu We Th Fr Sa Su
Jul |  Today  |
            1 2 3
4 5 6 7 8 9 10
11 12 13 14 15 16 17
18 19 20 21 22 23 24
25 26 27 28 29 30 31
RSS2.0 Atom

Twitter


Favourite blogs

Blog archive

Loading…

Search this blog

Most recent comments

  • Thanks for your comment, it's almost unbelievable that Ladies Carriages continued until so late. My … by Charlotte Mathieson on this entry
  • I very much enjoyed reading this blog. I would like to mention that between 1960–67 I travelled to a… by Alistair Kewish on this entry
  • I'm glad you enjoyed Nead's keynote as much as I did! And as response, I think you pose some really … by Nicole Bush on this entry
  • Was talking about railways at a seminar with Kate Cooper on food futures and feeding Birmingham. Jus… by Deb butler on this entry
  • I agree this does simplify the complexity and dynamics of the racial discourses within the text and … by Charlotte Mathieson on this entry

Tags

Not signed in
Sign in

Powered by BlogBuilder
© MMXIV