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Screening of Film ‘A história de um satélite’ - 8 May, 7pm

8th May, 7pm Screening of Film ‘A história de um satélite’ Trailer of film can be viewed here: https://vimeo.com/115517017 Fitzwilliam College, Gordon Cameron lecture Theatre Followed by a Q and A with the directors Miriam and Sonia Sobrino.

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Talk: ‘The Emotions: A Non-Linear History’ - 15 May

15th May, 5.30, Selwyn College (Walters Room) Professor Jo Labanyi, New York University Talk: ‘The Emotions: A Non-Linear History’ Refreshments Provided Hosted by Dr. Bryan Cameron

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PhD student workshop – “Applying for JRFs.” on 15 May

15th May 3pm – RFB – Room 332 PhD student workshop – “Applying for JRFs.” Led by Louise Haywood and Geoff Maguire.

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Dr Mara Polgovsky - History of Art Research Seminar 5.00pm Wednesday 1 May

Upcoming research seminar with Dr Mara Polgovsky as speaker on Ana Kamien's Mutable Bodies: Abstraction and Modern Dance in 1960s Argentina. https://www.hoart.cam.ac.uk/seminars/joint-staff-research-seminars

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Conference: The Queer Art of Feeling: Emotion, Sensation and the Body in Queer Cultures

This two-day conference explores the potential of the arts to represent, explore, challenge and create modes of queer lived, felt and embodied experience. Taking ‘feeling’ in all its meanings – touch, hapticity, sensation, emotion, a hunch or gut reaction, as well as tentativeness when ‘feeling one’s way’ – the conference...

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Translanguaging in the Classroom, Friday, 3 May, 9:30am

Translanguaging in the Classroom How to teach genetically-related varieties Faculty of Modern and Medieval Languages Spanish and Portuguese Section Friday 3rd May, 9:30am-1pm Bowett Room, Queens’ College, Cambridge, CB3 9ET CHRISTINE HÉLOT (Université de Strasbourg), Translingual Writers and Creativity in Bi/multilingual...

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IV Cambridge-Ghent Colloquium on the Histories of the Ibero-Romance Languages - 29 April 2019

For further information and registering for the event please contact Dr Ioanna Sitaridou ( is269@cam.ac.uk )

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