The School of Languages and Cultures welcomes visitors from across the UK and the wider world to its seminar series.
This year's series showcases Sheffield colleagues from French Studies, Spanish and Latin American Studies, Germanic Studies, and Intercultural Communication, presenting in a variety of disciplinary areas, including linguistics, literature, intellectual history and visual culture.
|Katia Kameli||Katia Kameli in conversation: images, memory and translation (Chair: Amanda Tavares)||Online|
|23/03/22||Thomas Waller||João Paulo Borges Coelho, Autonomy, and the Global Literary Marketplace||Pemberton LTA, Regent Court (ScHARR)|
|30/03/22||Dr Lauren Rea||Billiken and the Great Latin American Women Project||Pemberton LTA, Regent Court (ScHARR)|
|27/04/22||Dr Sophie Watt||Neo-Colonial Violence in the Francophone World||Pemberton LTA, Regent Court (ScHARR)|
For information on how to connect to the online seminars, please write to firstname.lastname@example.org at least a day in advance of the talk you'd like to attend, with the message subject "Research seminar series link".
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