See the Events page for forthcoming events plus video footage and other media from past events.
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This issue of our newsletter focusses on interdisciplinarity and is now available to view online. It features an item on interdisciplinarity itself, student perspectives on our interdisciplinary modules, an item on wellbeing and study at Warwick, information on our new modules, and the item ‘Students as Leaders: A Campus of Ideas’.
On offer in 2017/18 are: Contemporary Memory Studies; Experimental Ecologies; Habitability in the Universe; The Medical Mind in Literature and Culture; Thinking Water; and Ways of Knowing: Gender, Bodies, Power. Online registration will open soon.
Monday 3 July 2017, 10:00-16:30 | The Oculus
Warwick's annual Learning and Teaching Showcase provides an opportunity to share and celebrate the many ways in which we encourage, facilitate, and inspire learning. This year's theme is learning communities.
Sunday 25 June 2017, 13:00-14:30 | Humanities Studio
Creation 2.0 is a play about a laboratory, in which the impossible is made possible, and genetics is pushed further than had been possible. But what does that mean, and who will it jeopardise? This rehearsed reading, funded by IATL as a Student as Producer (Performance) project, is open to all.
This article, co-authored by IATL's Deputy Director, Jonathan Heron, and Nicholas Johnson from the School of Creative Arts (Drama), Trinity College Dublin, has been published in the journal Research in Drama Education: The Journal of Applied Theatre and Performance.
Sunday 18 June 2017, exhibition 12:00-19:30, performance 19:30 | Humanities Studio
This experimental IATL Student as Producer (Performance) project combines exhibition and performance in an attempt to revisit 300 years of British art and see what it was all about. It is free, open to all, and includes a drop-in installation 12:00-19:30 and a performance from 19:30, both streamed live online.
Tuesday 26 & Wednesday 27 September 2017 | Warwick
Many excellent abstract submissions have been received from a broad range of disciplines; if you were unable to meet the 20 May deadline, please contact ICUR@warwick.ac.uk. ICUR volunteer opportunities will be publicised soon.
'Genetics: Science and Society' IATL Module Exhibition
Monday 12 – Thursday 15 June 2017 | Library foyer
Come and see the paintings, artworks, posters, stories, videos, websites and podcasts produced by his year's cohort of cross-faculty students on 'Genetics: Science and Society' for their self-devised assessment. Explore and celebrate the great ideas of your peers and learn more about genetics and its impact on society and popular art!
[Pictured artwork (cropped) by Jahazaib Johngir, School of Life Sciences]
Welcome to the newest member of our team, Nefeli Chatzistefani, congratulations to Emma Barker on her recent move within IATL, and to Phil Gaydon on his new appointment, and a fond farewell to Elaina Behl, Amy Clarke and Wendy Brown.