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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:

Arina Lungu:

Charlotte Mathieson:

Jeanine Tuschling:

February 06, 2009

Women Writing Space Conference – 2 weeks left to register


There are just 2 weeks left to register for "Women Writing Space: Representations of Gender and Space in post-1850 British Women's Writing" taking place at the University of Warwick on 7th March 2009.

Booking forms and further information about the conference can be found on the conference website

Any enquiries may be directed to the conference organisers:

Charlotte Mathieson:

Arina Lungu:

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