What's on in the School of Literatures, Languages and Cultures.
An exhibition and associated events at the Museum of Childhood exploring the world of children’s books developed in partnership with Scotland’s Early Literature for Children Initiative (SELCIE).
Scotland's fifth annual celebration of the best of Spanish and Latin American cinema.
'On the Nature of Irony in Films'. A free seminar by guest speaker, Dr James MacDowell (University of Warwick).
Our sixth annual colloquium, jointly organised by the departments of Celtic and Scottish Studies and Scandinavian Studies, which this year has ‘Boundaries’ as its theme.
'Virtual Reality’s Disappearing Screen: The Ultimate Total Cinema?'. A free seminar by guest speaker, Dr Miriam Ross (Victoria University of Wellington).
“Opening Up the Archives: Collections, Collaborations, and Forgotten Histories in Children’s Literature”, is a one-day symposium exploring children’s books in museum and library archives in children’s oral and literary cultures (including Gaelic in Scotland and Ireland); and the role of children as readers and producers of literature.
'Powers of the Virtual in Contemporary Art'. A free seminar by guest speaker, Professor D. N. Rodowick (University of Chicago).
'Dining with the Sultan: Reflections on the Fine Art of Feasting at the Islamic Courts'. A Lecture by Dr Linda Komaroff (Los Angeles County Museum of Art).
A two-day interdisciplinary symposium organised by Scandinavian Studies in collaboration with the Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities.