Cécile Bishop – The Truth about Amin: History and Fiction in Filmic Portrayals of Idi Amin

  Event Date: 26 November 2013 IN243 International Building Royal Holloway University of London Egham, Surrey TW200EX TRAUMA, FICTION, HISTORY seminar series School of Modern Languages, Literatures and Cultures presents: Dr Cécile Bishop – “The Truth about Amin”: History and Fiction in Filmic Portrayals of Idi Amin In an interview about his 2009 book on post-Amin Uganda, The Teeth May …

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Unsettling Scores: A Study Day on French Musico-Poetics from Banville to Duras – programme page

The Humanities and Arts Research Centre at Royal Holloway University of London (HARC) and the School of Modern Languages, Literatures and Cultures at Royal Holloway University of London Event Date: Friday 11 June, 2010 – 10am-6pm The Boardroom, 2 Gower Street, London Unsettling Scores: A Study Day on French Musico-Poetics from Banville to Duras Organised by Dr Claire Launchbury (e-mail) Abstract: …

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From Structure to Rhizome – conference page

CENTRE FOR RESEARCH IN MODERN EUROPEAN PHILOSOPHY MIDDLESEX UNIVERSITY Event Date: 16-17 April 2010 Ciné Lumière, The French Institute 17 Queensberry Place, London, SW7 2DT   From Structure to Rhizome Transdisciplinarity in French thought, 1945 to the present: histories, concepts, constructions In the final decades of the twentieth century, the ‘great books’ of postwar French theory transformed study in the …

Contemporary Women’s Writing in French

7 March 2009 – New Perspectives – A Celebration of Professor Elizabeth Fallaize – The Contemporary Women’s Writing in French seminar group is celebrating Professor Elizabeth Fallaize’s retirement and her important contribution to the field.

Catherine Volpihac-Auger – Was Plato a Christian?

5 November 2008 – (HARC) – speaker: Professor Catherine Volpihac-Auger – Plato’s monotheism was much discussed in 17th and 18th century France and this forms the basis of Professor Volpihac-Auger’s comparative analysis of Plato and Socrates during the Enlightenment.