Archived Events

thumbnail Launch of North East German Network

Join us to celebrate the links between the North East and Germany

Location: Courtyard, Old Library Building, Newcastle University
Time/Date: 2nd December 2014, 16:30 - 18:00

The North East German Network is part of the developing national ‘Think German’ network which is being initiated by universities in various regions across the UK. NEGN is dedicated to productive cross-cultural cooperation involving schools, cultural organizations, businesses, and policy-makers. The NEGN website will be a portal to all things German for schools, students, businesses and indeed for all those who have an interest in the German language and its culture within the North East region. For a sneak preview of what the network will encompass, follow us on Twitter Account and like us on Facebook.

thumbnail What is going on in Mexico?

Round table organised by the Centre for Latin American and Caribbean Studies

Location: Percy Building G13
Time/Date: 26th November 2014, 16:30 - 18:00

Thousands of people around the world have shown their outrage about the 43 Mexican students from the rural teachers college in Ayotzinapa, Guerrero, who disappeared under horrific circumstances last September. What followed in Mexico has been an unprecedented civic protest movement asking for the violence to end, and denouncing the links between the state authorities and organised crime in the country. Join us on Wednesday 26, PERB.G.13 to hear it from people involved in this movement.

thumbnail German 'Stammtisch' & B├╝chertausch

Your opportunity to speak German and meet other Germanophiles!

Location: Bar Loco, 22 Leazes Park Road
Time/Date: 18th November 2014, 18:00 - 20:00

Every first Tuesday of the month from 6:00pm in 'Bar Loco', organised by Franziska Schulz. Herzlich Willkommen!

thumbnail SML Employability Week '14

Interview workshop, Quiz night, Meet the alumni and much more

A week long series of events for Modern languages students co-organised by the School of Modern Languages, the Modern Languages Society and the Careers Service. The place to be to combat November blues and make your way in the world!

thumbnail Classical Chinese music concert

Professor Jie Xu will play the erhu

Professor Jie Xu (erhu: Chinese two-stringed fiddle) plus guests will play a concert of traditional Chinese instrumental music including Horse Racing and Butterfly Lovers. Free admission! 
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