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Centre for Philosophy of Religion seminar

David Cooper, Emeritus Professor of Philosophy at Durham, will present a paper entitled 'Meditation on the Move: Walking, Nature, Mystery'. All welcome!

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Centre for Philosophy of Religion seminar

David Cooper, Emeritus Professor of Philosophy at Durham, will present a paper entitled 'Meditation on the Move: Walking, Nature, Mystery'. All welcome!

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Centre for Philosophy of Religion seminar

David Cooper, Emeritus Professor of Philosophy at Durham, will present a paper entitled 'Meditation on the Move: Walking, Nature, Mystery'. All welcome!

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Centre for Philosophy of Religion seminar

David Cooper, Emeritus Professor of Philosophy at Durham, will present a paper entitled 'Meditation on the Move: Walking, Nature, Mystery'. All welcome!

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Centre for Philosophy of Religion seminar

David Cooper, Emeritus Professor of Philosophy at Durham, will present a paper entitled 'Meditation on the Move: Walking, Nature, Mystery'. All welcome!

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Post-Narrativist Philosophy of Historiography

Guest Lecture on Post-Narrativist Philosophy of Historiography, by Professor Jouni-Matti Kuukkanen of the University of Oulu, Finland. Organised by Philosophies of History and supported by the LHRI.

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Post-Narrativist Philosophy of Historiography

Guest Lecture on Post-Narrativist Philosophy of Historiography, by Professor Jouni-Matti Kuukkanen of the University of Oulu, Finland. Organised by Philosophies of History and supported by the LHRI.

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Post-Narrativist Philosophy of Historiography

Guest Lecture on Post-Narrativist Philosophy of Historiography, by Professor Jouni-Matti Kuukkanen of the University of Oulu, Finland. Organised by Philosophies of History and supported by the LHRI.

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Post-Narrativist Philosophy of Historiography

Guest Lecture on Post-Narrativist Philosophy of Historiography, by Professor Jouni-Matti Kuukkanen of the University of Oulu, Finland. Organised by Philosophies of History and supported by the LHRI.

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Post-Narrativist Philosophy of Historiography

Guest Lecture on Post-Narrativist Philosophy of Historiography, by Professor Jouni-Matti Kuukkanen of the University of Oulu, Finland. Organised by Philosophies of History and supported by the LHRI.

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Guest seminar: Dr Aya Homei

Dr Homei (University of Manchester) speaks on International cooperation in family planning: The promotion of 'humanistic' family planning in Asia and Japan's identity politics, 1960-1970s

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Guest seminar: Dr Aya Homei

Dr Homei (University of Manchester) speaks on International cooperation in family planning: The promotion of 'humanistic' family planning in Asia and Japan's identity politics, 1960-1970s

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Taiwan's Political History Seminar: Dr Dafydd Fell

Dr Dafydd Fell, Director of the SOAS Centre for Taiwan Studies, will take us through Taiwan's political history from 1945-2000 through ten election advertisements in an interactive seminar.

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Taiwan's Political History Seminar: Dr Dafydd Fell

Dr Dafydd Fell, Director of the SOAS Centre for Taiwan Studies, will take us through Taiwan's political history from 1945-2000 through ten election advertisements in an interactive seminar.

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'Sodiq' screening

In collaboration with the School of Education and the support of Into Film, the Centre for World Cinemas will be hosting a screening of 'Sodiq'.

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'Sodiq' screening

In collaboration with the School of Education and the support of Into Film, the Centre for World Cinemas will be hosting a screening of 'Sodiq'.

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'Sodiq' screening

In collaboration with the School of Education and the support of Into Film, the Centre for World Cinemas will be hosting a screening of 'Sodiq'.

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'Sodiq' screening

In collaboration with the School of Education and the support of Into Film, the Centre for World Cinemas will be hosting a screening of 'Sodiq'.

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Guest talk by Professor David Crystal

Professor David Crystal will be a guest of the School of English on Monday 9 March, delivering a talk on the relationship between the study of language and the study of literature.

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Guest talk by Professor David Crystal

Professor David Crystal will be a guest of the School of English on Monday 9 March, delivering a talk on the relationship between the study of language and the study of literature.

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Guest talk by Professor David Crystal

Professor David Crystal will be a guest of the School of English on Monday 9 March, delivering a talk on the relationship between the study of language and the study of literature.

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Homeland (In)Securities

A seminar, led by Professor Colleen Glenney Boggs, Dartmouth College, on the topic of homeland (in)securities.

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Homeland (In)Securities

A seminar, led by Professor Colleen Glenney Boggs, Dartmouth College, on the topic of homeland (in)securities.

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Homeland (In)Securities

A seminar, led by Professor Colleen Glenney Boggs, Dartmouth College, on the topic of homeland (in)securities.

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Translation and Literary Creation

Two prize-winning writers and translators from Spain come together for the first time to discuss their work.

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Translation and Literary Creation

Two prize-winning writers and translators from Spain come together for the first time to discuss their work.

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The Interactive Middle Ages: Video Games and Medievalism

Medieval Studies in the Digital Age Seminar and Workshop Series. Everyone is welcome but spaces will be limited so we ask you to register via Eventbrite for each event. Tea and Coffee at 17.30HR

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The Interactive Middle Ages: Video Games and Medievalism

Medieval Studies in the Digital Age Seminar and Workshop Series. Everyone is welcome but spaces will be limited so we ask you to register via Eventbrite for each event. Tea and Coffee at 17.30HR

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The Interactive Middle Ages: Video Games and Medievalism

Medieval Studies in the Digital Age Seminar and Workshop Series. Everyone is welcome but spaces will be limited so we ask you to register via Eventbrite for each event. Tea and Coffee at 17.30HR

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The Interactive Middle Ages: Video Games and Medievalism

Medieval Studies in the Digital Age Seminar and Workshop Series. Everyone is welcome but spaces will be limited so we ask you to register via Eventbrite for each event. Tea and Coffee at 17.30HR

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Thomas Mann as a World Author

Thomas Mann as a World Author

Professor Tobias Boes (Notre Dame) talks about Thomas Mann as the prototypical “world author” - a writer who possesses and actively manages a global literary reputation

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Thomas Mann as a World Author

Thomas Mann as a World Author

Professor Tobias Boes (Notre Dame) talks about Thomas Mann as the prototypical “world author” - a writer who possesses and actively manages a global literary reputation

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Thomas Mann as a World Author

Thomas Mann as a World Author

Professor Tobias Boes (Notre Dame) talks about Thomas Mann as the prototypical “world author” - a writer who possesses and actively manages a global literary reputation

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Thomas Mann as a World Author

Thomas Mann as a World Author

Professor Tobias Boes (Notre Dame) talks about Thomas Mann as the prototypical “world author” - a writer who possesses and actively manages a global literary reputation

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Thomas Mann as a World Author

Thomas Mann as a World Author

Professor Tobias Boes (Notre Dame) talks about Thomas Mann as the prototypical “world author” - a writer who possesses and actively manages a global literary reputation

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Thomas Mann as a World Author

Thomas Mann as a World Author

Professor Tobias Boes (Notre Dame) talks about Thomas Mann as the prototypical “world author” - a writer who possesses and actively manages a global literary reputation

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Molière’s play - L’Avare (The Miser)

Produced by students of the Société Française, (with assistance from LCS French lecteurs) and directed by final year student, Zoe Rutter.

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Molière’s play - L’Avare (The Miser)

Produced by students of the Société Française, (with assistance from LCS French lecteurs) and directed by final year student, Zoe Rutter.

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Ringo, Django and the Italian Western

Professor Dimitris Eleftheriotis (University of Glasgow) will be presenting a paper as part of the Leverhulme Trust funded seminar series 'Revisiting Cult Westerns'.

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Ringo, Django and the Italian Western

Professor Dimitris Eleftheriotis (University of Glasgow) will be presenting a paper as part of the Leverhulme Trust funded seminar series 'Revisiting Cult Westerns'.

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Ringo, Django and the Italian Western

Professor Dimitris Eleftheriotis (University of Glasgow) will be presenting a paper as part of the Leverhulme Trust funded seminar series 'Revisiting Cult Westerns'.

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Ringo, Django and the Italian Western

Professor Dimitris Eleftheriotis (University of Glasgow) will be presenting a paper as part of the Leverhulme Trust funded seminar series 'Revisiting Cult Westerns'.

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Ringo, Django and the Italian Western

Professor Dimitris Eleftheriotis (University of Glasgow) will be presenting a paper as part of the Leverhulme Trust funded seminar series 'Revisiting Cult Westerns'.

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Ringo, Django and the Italian Western

Professor Dimitris Eleftheriotis (University of Glasgow) will be presenting a paper as part of the Leverhulme Trust funded seminar series 'Revisiting Cult Westerns'.

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Ringo, Django and the Italian Western

Professor Dimitris Eleftheriotis (University of Glasgow) will be presenting a paper as part of the Leverhulme Trust funded seminar series 'Revisiting Cult Westerns'.

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Ringo, Django and the Italian Western

Professor Dimitris Eleftheriotis (University of Glasgow) will be presenting a paper as part of the Leverhulme Trust funded seminar series 'Revisiting Cult Westerns'.

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HPS Seminar

HPS Seminar

In this seminar, Dr Rebekah Higgitt (University of Kent) will speak on: 'Memory, Humour, Motion and Emotion: Capturing a Scientific Expedition in Caricature'

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HPS Seminar

HPS Seminar

In this seminar, Dr Rebekah Higgitt (University of Kent) will speak on: 'Memory, Humour, Motion and Emotion: Capturing a Scientific Expedition in Caricature'

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HPS Seminar

HPS Seminar

In this seminar, Dr Rebekah Higgitt (University of Kent) will speak on: 'Memory, Humour, Motion and Emotion: Capturing a Scientific Expedition in Caricature'

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HPS Seminar

HPS Seminar

In this seminar, Dr Rebekah Higgitt (University of Kent) will speak on: 'Memory, Humour, Motion and Emotion: Capturing a Scientific Expedition in Caricature'

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HPS Seminar

HPS Seminar

In this seminar, Dr Rebekah Higgitt (University of Kent) will speak on: 'Memory, Humour, Motion and Emotion: Capturing a Scientific Expedition in Caricature'

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Aesthetics/Ethics Seminar: Fokt

Simon Fokt (Leeds) will give a talk on 'The Paradox of Fiction: An Irrational Solution' (abstract below the fold). All welcome.

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Aesthetics/Ethics Seminar: Fokt

Simon Fokt (Leeds) will give a talk on 'The Paradox of Fiction: An Irrational Solution' (abstract below the fold). All welcome.

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Aesthetics/Ethics Seminar: Fokt

Simon Fokt (Leeds) will give a talk on 'The Paradox of Fiction: An Irrational Solution' (abstract below the fold). All welcome.

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Aesthetics/Ethics Seminar: Fokt

Simon Fokt (Leeds) will give a talk on 'The Paradox of Fiction: An Irrational Solution' (abstract below the fold). All welcome.

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Aesthetics/Ethics Seminar: Fokt

Simon Fokt (Leeds) will give a talk on 'The Paradox of Fiction: An Irrational Solution' (abstract below the fold). All welcome.

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Japanese Studies Postgraduate Workshop 2015

This workshop aims to assist the development of the next generation of Japanese specialists here in the UK, and to further strengthen the Japanese Studies community in this country.

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Japanese Studies Postgraduate Workshop 2015

This workshop aims to assist the development of the next generation of Japanese specialists here in the UK, and to further strengthen the Japanese Studies community in this country.

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CMM Seminar - Rachel Goodman

Rachel Goodman (Leeds) - In What Sense are Mental Files Diachronic?

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CMM Seminar - Rachel Goodman

Rachel Goodman (Leeds) - In What Sense are Mental Files Diachronic?

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David George Talks

Two talks by SPLAS Visiting Professor, David George.

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David George Talks

Two talks by SPLAS Visiting Professor, David George.

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Workshop on Conflict Resolution

This open workshop will explore the theme 'In Search of Conflict Resolution in the South China Sea: Comparison and Lessons from the Arabian Gulf.'

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Workshop on Conflict Resolution

This open workshop will explore the theme 'In Search of Conflict Resolution in the South China Sea: Comparison and Lessons from the Arabian Gulf.'

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