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Film screening for LGBT History Month

Join us in celebrating LGBT History Month 2017 with a free event on the subject of Trans Identities on Screen: Local and Global Perspectives. The event will include a screening of Tchindas (Cape Verde, 2016) and THEY (UK, 2016), followed by a Q&A on queer and trans representation in film, with local artist and maker of […]

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MeXsu and Department of Film Joint Seminar and Film Screening Wednesday 1st February 2017

When: Wednesday 1st February 2017, 5.15-7pm Where: Lecture Theatre C, Avenue Campus Who: Pablo Naverette Part of the annual seminar series for the Centre for Mexico-Southampton Collaboration (MeXsu). British activist Jody McIntyre travels to Venezuela with UK-Iraqi rapper Lowkey to spend time with ‘Hip Hop Revolución’, a dynamic collective of musical revolutionaries. They witness their […]

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Recent publication: Contemporary Jewish Writing by Andrea Reiter

Significant political events in Austria in the 1980s and 90s not only triggered the first public debate about Austria’s Nazi past but also gave rise to a young vocal generation of Jewish intellectuals, many of whom spearheaded protests against the right-wing populist political forces. More specifically, these developments were triggered by the younger Jews’ dissatisfaction […]

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TNS seminar 19 November: ‘Now you see it, now you don’t’

Please join us for the next seminar in the Centre for Transnational Studies/ILC seminar series: ‘Now you see it, now you don’t!’  It features two compelling speakers from Birkbeck, University of London: Dr Andrew Asibong and Dr Silke Arnold-de Simine. Wednesday, 19th November 2014 5.00pm-7.00pm Venue: 65/1177 Dr Andrew Asibong (Birkbeck, University of London) ‘Nothing to […]

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TNS Seminar Wednesday 26 March: Cesar Paes, film director and Mark Dinneen, Southampton

Please join us for the next TNS seminar on Wednesday 26th March 5.00pm (Avenue Campus Lecture Theatre A). Working with Popular Culture: The Case of Brazil Cesar Paes, film director, Paris  Dr Mark Dinneen,  Southampton   Please join us for the screening of the film Saudade do Futuro (2001), in the presence of its Brazilian-born […]

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Video recordings from ILC Symposium available now!

The Institute for Language and Culture held a one-day symposium to explore New Directions for Research in Language and Culture on 6 November 2013. Recordings from the keynote speakers are now available on the ILC website in the Media content section. Enjoy! Professor Charles Forsdick, University of Liverpool and AHRC Translating Cultures Theme Fellow Translating […]

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New Directions for Research in Language and Culture 6 November: final programme

The final programme for the ILC’s symposium ‘New Directions for Research in Language and Culture’ on Wednesday 6 November 2013 is now available. The full-day event will bring together researchers from Southampton and beyond to hear keynote presentations, engage in debates about the future of language and culture research, and hear about innovative research taking […]

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Professor Andrew Higson keynote 6 November

Professor Andrew Higson, Greg Dyke Chair of Film and Television, University of York, will be delivering a keynote address at the ILC symposium New Directions for Research in Language and Culture on 6 November 2013. Registration has now closed for catering purposes, but all are welcome to attend the sessions. New Directions in Film Studies Research: […]

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Visit to Humanities/ Modern Languages by delegation from Zhejiang University, China

On Thursday 30 May, a Memorandum of Understanding was signed by the Vice Chancellor and senior representatives of Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, China. Zhejiang is one of the foremost research led universities in China; the Faculty of Arts and Humanities has research and teaching in linguistics, English language and literature, French, German and Japanese, among other […]

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