Events within the department

Interdisciplinary Connections seminar series (Autumn): Women Directors in Hollywood from the 1980s

Posted by jcm22 at Sep 19, 2018 02:30 PM |

28 November 2018 - This lecture will offer an introduction to the careers and films of Hollywood’s most profitable female directors – asking that we take seriously the work of women in the mainstream.

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Leicester to train the next generation of arts and humanities researchers

Leicester to train the next generation of arts and humanities researchers

Posted by pt91 at Aug 17, 2018 03:11 PM |

Leicester is part of a Midlands universities partnership that will create 460 new postgraduate studentship opportunities across the region over the next five years

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Book Launch

Book Launch

Posted by jcm22 at Jun 13, 2018 01:50 PM |

The School of Arts invites you to a book launch and wine reception to celebrate our recent Film Studies publications.

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Histories of Women on British Television

Posted by jcm22 at May 03, 2018 11:30 AM |

Wednesday 9 May 2018 - School of Arts’ History of Art and Film (Film Studies) are proud to present a two hour lecture discussing ‘Gender, television and voice: historicising women’s talk on British television’ (Dr Jilly Boyce Kay) and ‘Making women’s history on television in the seventies: Shoulder to Shoulder (BBC 1974)’, (Dr Vicky Ball)

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Film Studies Research Seminar: 'Contemporary Latin American Film and Visual Culture'

Posted by jcm22 at Apr 23, 2018 04:05 PM |

Wednesday 2 May 2018 - Presentations by Dr Ignacio Aguiló, Lecturer in Latin American Cultural Studies, University of Manchester, and Dr Clara Garavelli, Lecturer in Spanish and Latin American Studies, University of Leicester.

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