The Undergraduate Research Experience held an annual research showcase last week featuring work from across all disciplines in the Faculty.
Ingrid Sharp (German) and Prof. Alison Fell (French) have been awarded a collaborative PhD studentship on 'Pacifism and Protest' in World War One
‘Remembering (not to forget) Sétif: colonial fracture in Rachid Bouchareb's Hors-la-loi (2010)’ [plus advance screening on March 5th] Starts at 5:00 pm.
The Annual Lecture of the Centre for French and Francophone Cultural Studies given by Loïc Artiaga (University of Limoges) and Matthieu Letourneux (University Paris-Ouest Nanterre). Starts at 4:00 pm.
Twentieth-century aesthetics of the extreme; baroque aesthetics; sublime; abject; obscenity and pornography; representations of death; stylistics; rhetoric; Georges Bataille; Jean Genet; Samuel Becket
Mary spent her year abroad at Nanzan University and tells us about her time in Japan.