My Nights with Emma B
As part of Distinguished Lecture Series, Adam Thorpe discusses his experience of the translator's art and its perils.
The Price of Fame: Dylan Thomas, The Beats & Bob Dylan
A public lecture to celebrate the change of name of the School.
Managing sovereign debt crisis in europe
A roundtable event to explore the implications for the UK of changes in European Governance.
Translation in Nazi Germany
A research Seminar organised by the Politics of Translation Research Group and presented by By Daniel Göske.
Bob’s Birthday Bash: Dylan at 70!
A celebration of Bob Dylan’s 70th Birthday, culminating with contemporary acoustic/folk music by Colum Regan and Lawson Dando.
Public Lecture by Slavoj Žižek
First as Tragedy, then as Farce: Economic Crisis and Ideology Critique Today, a public lecture by Slavoj Žižek
International Criminal Law and the European Court of Human Rights
Professor Schabas is Director of the Irish Centre for Human Rights at the National University of Ireland, Galway, where he also holds the Chair in Human Rights Law.
Conference: Hamlet - Reception in European Cultures
Shakespeare’s Hamlet exemplifies a source text prolifically appropriated by countless national cultures throughout Europe.
Preventive Human Rights Strategies
As part of the celebration of the UN Declaration of Human Rights to be staged at the Temple of Peace , Dr Bertrand G. Ramcharan will speak on ‘Preventive Human Rights Strategies’.
Conference: The State of the Kingdoms - Nationalist Challenges in Britain and Spain
A multi-disciplinary one day event examining nationalist movements in the Basque Country, Catalonia, Galicia, Wales and Scotland.
The Italian Elections. What Happened and Why?
Silvio Berlusconi first became Prime Minister of Italy in 1994. The Economist declared him "unfit to govern". Now he is back for the third time.