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The Faculty of Arts and Humanities hosts a number of events, public lectures and conferences over the cours of the academic year. This programme of events reflects the diverse areas teaching and research undertaken by our Academics and Research Centres. 

Further details will be added as they become available;

Monday 29th April 2019

Title: Black Metal Music: Anit-Christian Inversions (part of the Seminar Series on Religion, Art and Conflict 2019)

Speaker: Dr Steven Shakespeare

Hosted by: Archbishop Desmond Tutu Centre

Venue: EDEN 114, Hope Park Campus

Time: 12noon - 1.30pm

Open to: Staff, Students, members of the public

Tuesday 30th April 2019

Conference: International Symposium: Was Another Transition Possible? 

Hosted by: Dr Danny Evans (Department of History and Politics) 

Venue: EDEN 043, Hope Park Campus

Time: 3pm - 5pm

Open to: Staff, Students, members of the public

Wednesday 1st May 2019

Title: Professorial Lecture 2019: The Individual in International Law: 'Oject' versus 'Subject'

Speaker: Professor Solomon Salako

Hosted by: Archbishop Desmond Tutu Centre

Venue: EDEN 014, Hope Park Campus

Time: 2pm - 3.30pm

Open to: Staff, Students, members of the public

 

Title: Research Seminar Series: 'Children, Belonging, and European Film: Angelopoulos and the 'space between'

Speaker: Professor Stephanie Hemelryk Donald (University of Lincoln)

Hosted by: The School of Creative and Performing Arts

Venue: COR 112, Creative Campus 

Time: 2.15pm - 3.30pm

Open to: Staff, Students, members of the public

Friday 3rd May 2019

Title: Night Visions: The Art of Stuggling With God (part of the Seminar Series on Religion, Art and Conflict 2019)

Speaker: Dr Simon Podmore

Hosted by: Archbishop Desmond Tutu Centre

Venue: EDEN 112, Hope Park Campus

Time: 12noon - 1.30pm

Open to: Staff, Students, members of the public

Friday 10th May 2019

Title: God's own caught in No Man's Land (part of the Seminar Series on Religion, Art and Conflict 2019)

Speaker: Prof. Stephen Davismoon

Hosted by: Archbishop Desmond Tutu Centre

Venue: EDEN 112, Hope Park Campus

Time: 12noon - 1.30pm

Open to: Staff, Students, members of the public

Monday 13th May 2019

Title: Yorkshiremen in Ireland: Lord Deputy Wentworth and His Team in 1633

Speaker: Dr Fiona Pogson 

Hosted by: Irish Studies Research Group  

Venue: FML 123, Hope Park Campus

Time: 1pm

Open to: Staff, Students, members of the public

Tuesday 21st May 2019

Title: Acts of Gallantry: An Irishman in World War I 

Speaker: Dr Michael Holmes  

Hosted by: Irish Studies Research Group  

Venue: tbc, Hope Park Campus

Time: 1pm

Open to: Staff, Students, members of the public

Tuesday 2nd July 2019

Conference: International Conference in Peace, Conflict and Pedagogy 2019

Hosted by: Archbishop Desmond Tutu Centre & Centre for Education and Policy Analysis (CEPA)

Venue: Hope Park Campus

Abstract Deadline: Wednesday 1st May 2019

Conference Details: 2019 International Conference (Peave Conflict and Pedagogy 2019)

Conference Registration: 2019 International Conference Registration Portal