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Audio recordings of events organised by the Centre for Cultural Studies Research, University of East London
 
Welcome to the official free Podcast from SAGE for Cultural Studies. SAGE is a leading international publisher of journals, books, and electronic media for academic, educational, and professional markets with principal offices in Los Angeles, London, New Delhi, and Singapore.
 
Cultural Studies at School of Advanced Study
 
A selection of lectures, interviews, readings, concerts, and performances from Boston College.
 
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Recording of a day conference held at City University December 2016. For more information see http://culturalstudiesresearch.org/?p=1640
 
Recording of a day conference held at City University December 2016. For more information see http://culturalstudiesresearch.org/?p=1640
 
Excellent seminar with Professors Archie Brown, Shirin Rai, Marc Stears and Alan Finlayson
 
Irish poet, editor, and publisher Peter Fallon, who was the 2012-13 Burns Library Visiting Scholar in Irish Studies at Boston College
 
Irish poet, editor, and publisher Peter Fallon, who was the 2012-13 Burns Library Visiting Scholar in Irish Studies at Boston College, reads from his collection of poems, Strong, My Love, which was published in 2014. His reading is part of the Lowell Humanities Series.
 
Irish poet, editor, and publisher Peter Fallon, who was the 2012-13 Burns Library Visiting Scholar in Irish Studies at Boston College, reads from his collection of poems, Strong, My Love, which was published in 2014. His reading is part of the Lowell Humanities Series.
 
This symposium marks the translation and publication of the new book Dinner with Stalin and Other Stories, edited and co-translated by Professor of Russian
 
This symposium marks the translation and publication of the new book Dinner with Stalin and Other Stories, edited and co-translated by Professor of Russian
 
This symposium marks the translation and publication of the new book Dinner with Stalin and Other Stories, edited and co-translated by Professor of Russian, English, and Jewish Studies Maxim D. Shrayer, and written by his father, author David Shrayer-Petrov.
 
This symposium marks the translation and publication of the new book Dinner with Stalin and Other Stories, edited and co-translated by Professor of Russian, English, and Jewish Studies Maxim D. Shrayer, and written by his father, author David Shrayer-Petrov.
 
James McMenamin is an assistant professor of Italian at Dickinson College.
 
James McMenamin is an assistant professor of Italian at Dickinson College.
 
James McMenamin is an assistant professor of Italian at Dickinson College.
 
Anthony Barnett, Christian Fuchs and Jonathan Hardy discuss the the CCSR UEL Annual Lecture from Glenn Greenwald
 
Nigel Saint discusses his article on Joseph Epstein, Pascal Convert, memory and forgetting (Volume 24 Issue 4) with Associate Editor, Sue Harris. Read the associated full research article here Date of Posting: June 2014
 
Jacqueline V. Lerner, professor of applied developmental and educational psychology, and Joseph M. O’Keefe, S.J., professor of educational leadership, present their research on youth character and faith development.
 
Students selected by their professors at some two dozen Boston-area colleges and universities read from their own poetry at the annual intercollegiate poetry event, hosted by Boston College.
 
Students selected by their professors at some two dozen Boston-area colleges and universities read from their own poetry at the annual intercollegiate poetry event, hosted by Boston College. This year's keynote speaker is Elizabeth “Betsy” Sholl, poet laureate of the State of Maine from 2006 to 2011 and author of seven collections of poetry…
 
Students selected by their professors at some two dozen Boston-area colleges and universities read from their own poetry at the annual intercollegiate poetry event, hosted by Boston College. This year's keynote speaker is Elizabeth “Betsy” Sholl, poet laureate of the State of Maine from 2006 to 2011 and author of seven collections of poetry…
 
Seminar on Vinyl Culture held at Brilliant Corners restaurant, London, 28/03/14 with Dominik Bartmanski, Colleen Murphy, John Harris, Jeremy Gilbert, Tim Lawrence.
 
Bruno Baretto Gomide, professor of Russian literature at the University of São Paolo, talks about the reception of Russian novels in Brazil. He is introduced by Boston College Professor of Russian, English, and Jewish Studies Maxim D. Shrayer.
 
Bruno Baretto Gomide, professor of Russian literature at the University of São Paolo, talks about the reception of Russian novels in Brazil. He is introduced by Boston College Professor of Russian, English, and Jewish Studies Maxim D. Shrayer.
 
Three contemporary Russian émigré authors, Evgeny Bukhin, Olga Simonova-Partan, and Alexei Tsvetkov, read from their works. The event, in Russian, is moderated by Professor of Russian, English, and Jewish Studies Maxim D. Shrayer.Inaugurated in 1997, the Michael B. Kreps Memorial Readings feature Russian émigré authors from around the world.…
 
Three contemporary Russian émigré authors, Evgeny Bukhin, Olga Simonova-Partan, and Alexei Tsvetkov, read from their works. The event, in Russian, is moderated by Professor of Russian, English, and Jewish Studies Maxim D. Shrayer.Inaugurated in 1997, the Michael B. Kreps Memorial Readings feature Russian émigré authors from around the world.…
 
Heather S. Nathans, chair of the Department of Drama and Dance at Tufts University, delivers this lecture, titled “Seeing Ourselves Through Others’ Eyes: Struggling with Stereotypes on the Nineteenth-Century American Stage,” as part of the Lowell Humanities Series.
 
Heather S. Nathans, chair of the Department of Drama and Dance at Tufts University, delivers this lecture, titled “Seeing Ourselves Through Others’ Eyes: Struggling with Stereotypes on the Nineteenth-Century American Stage,” as part of the Lowell Humanities Series.
 
Dante scholar Todd Boli presents the first in a new series of lectures dedicated to the life and work of Dante Alighieri.
 
Dante scholar Todd Boli presents the first in a new series of lectures dedicated to the life and work of Dante Alighieri.
 
Institute of Classical StudiesSpeaker: Prof. Miriam Leonard (UCL)Greek Tragedy in the Modern World
 
Institute of Classical StudiesSpeaker: Dr. Pantelis Michelakis (University of Bristol)Greek Tragedy in the Modern World
 
Institute of Classical StudiesSpeaker: Dr. Pantelis Michelakis (University of Bristol)Greek Tragedy in the Modern World
 
Institute of Classical StudiesSpeaker: Dr. Fiona MacIntosh (Archive of Performances of Greek and Roman Drama, Oxford)Greek Tragedy in the Modern World
 
Institute of Classical StudiesSpeaker: Dr. Fiona MacIntosh (Archive of Performances of Greek and Roman Drama, Oxford)Greek Tragedy in the Modern World
 
Institute of Classical StudiesSpeaker: Dr. Rosa Andújar (UCL)Greek Tragedy in the Modern World
 
Institute of Classical StudiesSpeaker: Dr. Rosa Andújar (UCL)Greek Tragedy in the Modern World
 
Institute of Classical StudiesSpeaker: Prof. Miriam Leonard (UCL)Greek Tragedy in the Modern World
 
The Warburg Institute and the Institute of Classical Studies The Afterlife of OvidProfessor John Miller (University of Virginia)'Ovid's Janus and the Start of the Year in Renaissance Fasti SacriThis conference will investigate the Medieval and Renaissance reading of Ovid and his influence on poetry and painting.…
 
The Warburg Institute and the Institute of Classical Studies The Afterlife of OvidProfessor Philip Hardie (University of Cambridge)Milton as Reader of Ovid's MetamorphosesThis conference will investigate the Medieval and Renaissance reading of Ovid and his influence on poetry and painting.
 
The Warburg Institute and the Institute of Classical Studies The Afterlife of OvidProfessor Philip Hardie (University of Cambridge)Milton as Reader of Ovid's MetamorphosesThis conference will investigate the Medieval and Renaissance reading of Ovid and his influence on poetry and painting.
 
The Warburg Institute and the Institute of Classical Studies The Afterlife of OvidDr Victoria Moul (King's College London)The transformation of Ovid in Cowley's herb garden: Books 1 and 2 of the Plantarum Libri Sex (1668)This conference will investigate the Medieval and Renaissance reading of Ovid and his influence on poetry and painting.…
 
The Warburg Institute and the Institute of Classical Studies The Afterlife of OvidDr Victoria Moul (King's College London)The transformation of Ovid in Cowley's herb garden: Books 1 and 2 of the Plantarum Libri Sex (1668)This conference will investigate the Medieval and Renaissance reading of Ovid and his influence on poetry and painting.…
 
The Warburg Institute and the Institute of Classical Studies The Afterlife of OvidProfessor Maggie Kilgour (McGill University)Translatio Studii, Translatio OvidiiThis conference will investigate the Medieval and Renaissance reading of Ovid and his influence on poetry and painting.
 
The Warburg Institute and the Institute of Classical Studies The Afterlife of OvidProfessor Maggie Kilgour (McGill University)Translatio Studii, Translatio OvidiiThis conference will investigate the Medieval and Renaissance reading of Ovid and his influence on poetry and painting.
 
7/8-03-13 The Warburg Institute and the Institute of Classical Studies The Afterlife of OvidProfessor Hérica Valladares (John Hopkins University)The Io in Correggio: Ovid and the Metamorphosis of a Renaissance PainterThis conference will investigate the Medieval and Renaissance reading of Ovid and his influence on poetry and painting.…
 
7/8-03-13 The Warburg Institute and the Institute of Classical Studies The Afterlife of OvidProfessor Hérica Valladares (John Hopkins University)The Io in Correggio: Ovid and the Metamorphosis of a Renaissance PainterThis conference will investigate the Medieval and Renaissance reading of Ovid and his influence on poetry and painting.…
 
The Warburg Institute and the Institute of Classical Studies The Afterlife of OvidWelcome: John North (IClS)This conference will investigate the Medieval and Renaissance reading of Ovid and his influence on poetry and painting.
 
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