Faculty of Arts and Humanities
The Faculty of Arts & Humanities has seven departments and one school. It also has a Liberal Arts programme, English Language Centre and a Centre for Foreign Language Study. In the Times Good University Guide, almost every department is ranked within the top five in the UK.
School of Modern Languages and Cultures: MLaC Student of Russian appears on Russian TV News (Channel 1)
Our student Alex Haigh, who is spending his year abroad in the Kostroma Region in Russia, has appeared on Russian national TV on Wednesday 14th November 2018. Titled “Russian at Heart”, the story about Alex, a young Englishman, who came to Kostroma to learn Russian and teach English is extremely sympathetic. The reportage was over 3 minutes long and was given a nationwide coverage.
(15 Nov 2018)
School of Modern Languages and Cultures: Conference support awarded by The Great Britain Sasakawa Foundation
The Great Britain Sasakawa Foundation has generously offered support for the forthcoming conference ' Modern Japan in the Comparative Imagination: Past, Present and Future'. The conference is being organised by Dr Adam Bronson [History] and Dr Fusako Innami [Modern Languages] and will take place in May 2019.
(15 Nov 2018)
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Wednesday 21 November 2018
- Central Events: LTC#7 University College String Quartet 1:15pm to 2:00pm, Music Department Concert Room, Palace Green
- School of Modern Languages and Cultures: Research Discussion: Narratives are for suckers: 21st-century cinema, Renaissance Self-Fashioning, and a Late Antique Revenge Tale 4:00pm, School of History, Classics and Archaeology, Newcastle University, Dr Adam Talib
- Classics: DUCS Workshop - Professor Serafina Cuomo 4:00pm to 6:00pm, Department of Classics and Ancient History, Ritson Room (CL007), Serafina Cuomo
- English Studies: Middle English Literature Abroad: Translations in Five Vernaculars (c.1280-c.1550) 5:00pm to 6:30pm, Seminar Room, Hallgarth House, Dr Aisling Byrne (University of Reading)
- Department of History: Early Modern History Seminar Series 5:00pm, Seminar Room 1 (HS110), History Department, 43 North Bailey, Julie Farguson (Oxford)
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