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Tue, Nov 28, '17
5pm - 6:30pm
STVDIO Research Seminar: Dr Valerio Sanzotta on Marsilio Ficino’s Marginal Notes on Proclus’s Commentary on the Timaeus
H4.50

Tuesday 28 November 2017. Dr Valerio Sanzotta (Ludwig Boltzmann Institute for Neo-Latin Studies), 'Marsilio Ficino’s Marginal Notes on Proclus’s Commentary on the Timaeus (Florence, Biblioteca Riccardiana, MS 24)'.

Wed, Nov 29, '17
5pm - 6:30pm
Medieval Seminar Series: Jonathan Morton (KCL), 'Beyond the Trojan Horse: Craft, ingenuity, and secret knowledge in the High Middle Ages'
Oculus OC1.07
 
5pm - 7pm
Italian Seminar Series: Dr Federica Mazzara, The Art Response to the Migration ‘Crisis’: Aesthetics of Subversion in Lampedusa
H4.03

Dr Federica Mazzara (University of Westminster), The Art Response to the Migration ‘Crisis’: Aesthetics of Subversion in Lampedusa

Respondent: Dr Jenny Burns (Italian Studies)

Mon, Dec 4, '17
1pm - 2pm
SMLC Research Seminar: Alberica Bazzoni, 'The Italian literary canon from a gender perspective: education, publishing and literary criticism’. Respondent: Mila Milani.
TBC
Tue, Dec 5, '17
5pm - 6:30pm
STVDIO Research Seminar: Rich Rabone on A Novel mediocritas? The Aristotelian Middle Way and the Pursuit of Happiness in Baltasar Gracián's Criticón
H4.50

Tuesday 5 December 2017. Dr Rich Rabone (Warwick), 'A Novel mediocritas? The Aristotelian Middle Way and the Pursuit of Happiness in Baltasar Gracián's Criticón'.

Wed, Dec 6, '17
5pm - 6:30pm
CoRAL Reading Group: Alfred Kentigern Siewers, 'Trees' , The Battle of the Trees, The Dream of the Rood
Wolfson Research Exchange
Tue, Jan 9, '18
5pm - 6:30pm
STVDIO Research Seminar: Dr Hester Schadee on Speech and the City: the Role of Language in Leonardo Bruni’s Civic Humanism
H4.50

Tuesday 9 January 2018. Dr Hester Schadee (Exeter), 'Speech and the City: the Role of Language in Leonardo Bruni’s Civic Humanism'.

Wed, Jan 17, '18
5pm - 6:30pm
Medieval Seminar Series: Ryan Perry (Kent), ‘Making Histories: Scribal Cultures and the Middle English Prose Brut in Fifteenth Century London’
Oculus OC1.07
Wed, Jan 24, '18
5pm - 7pm
WWIGS: Pia Deutsch (Warwick): Negotiating Nationhood - Mediating Identity. The Becoming of Germany’s National Radio (1989-1995)
H2.44
Wed, Feb 7, '18
5pm - 6:30pm
Medieval Seminar Series: ulia Boffey (Queen Mary), ‘Here speaketh the author’: foregrounding late medieval English poets in manuscript and print’
Oculus OC1.07
 
5pm - 7pm
WWIGS: Alison Gibbons (Sheffield Hallam): Uses and Abuses of Reading Life: Morality, Fictionality, and the Trial of Ahmed Naji
H2.44
Thu, Feb 8, '18
1pm - 2pm
SMLC Research Seminar: Katie Stone and Evaristo Martinez-Radio Garrido on war and violence
TBC
Tue, Feb 20, '18
4pm - 6pm
French Studies Research Seminar: Miranda Gill (Jesus College, Cambridge), ‘Emotion therapy for modern men: self-help culture in turn-of-the-century France’
Ramphal R0.14
 
5pm - 6:30pm
STVDIO Research Seminar: Dr Felicita Tramontana on Missionaries and Mobility between the Ottoman Empire and Early Modern Italy
H4.50

Tuesday 20 February 2018. Dr Felicita Tramontana (Warwick), 'Missionaries and Mobility between the Ottoman Empire and Early Modern Italy'.

Wed, Feb 28, '18
5pm - 7pm
WWIGS: Helmut Schmitz (Warwick): Die eigentlich humane Leidenschaft’? Adornos und Horkheimer’s Begriff der Liebe in Dialektik der Aufklaerung
H2.44
Thu, Mar 1, '18
1pm - 2pm
SMLC Research Seminar: Clément Dessy, 'Transnational encounters and intersections in the 19th century’ (Respondent: Fabio Camilletti)
 
5pm - 6:30pm
French Studies Research Seminar: ‘Contemporary French Film Comedy: Industry, Identity and Ideology’ (Roundtable)
TBC
Tue, Mar 6, '18
5pm - 6:30pm
STVDIO Research Seminar: Dr Vladimir Brljak on The Literary Criticism of Kenelm Digby
H4.50

Tuesday 6 March 2018. Dr Vladimir Brljak (Cambridge), 'The Literary Criticism of Kenelm Digby'.

Wed, Apr 25, '18
5pm - 7pm
WWIGS: Isabelle Hertner (King's College London): (Love’s) Labour’s Lost? Social Democratic Parties and the challenge of European Union membership
H2.44
Wed, May 2, '18
4pm - 5:30pm
French Studies Research Seminar: David Lees (University of Warwick), ‘‘Vichy, the Everyday and Me’: Reflections on Teaching and Learning the Second World War in France’
H4.44
Thu, May 3, '18
1pm - 2pm
SMLC Research Seminar: Tom Whittaker and Mary Harrod on cinema and visual culture
TBC
Tue, May 8, '18
5pm - 7pm
WWIGS: Donna Harsch (Carnegie Mellon): Infantilizing Mothers -- or Empowering Them? The Fight against Infant Mortality in East and West Germany, 1949-1989
H2.44

Special event, co-sponsored with the Centre for the History of Medicine