SML and SELLL staff and students revived medieval tradition
Location: Castle Keep
Time/Date: 28th March 2014, 17:00 - 19:00
SML and SELLL staff and students revived the medieval tradition of 'Mystery Plays' in Newcastle. The mystery play of the 'Building of the Ark' was originally performed by the Shipwrights' Guild on Corpus Christi in an open air production during the procession through the markets of Newcastle. Today's performance was staged in the best preserved medieval part of Newcastle, the Great Hall of the Castle Keep. If you could not make the participatory performance of Newcastle's signature play, here is your chance to watch a video of the Newcastle Mystery Play
on the SML Youtube Channel!
First SML Webinar offers new communication channel for applicants
Time/Date: 28th March 2014, 12:00 - 13:00
This Friday, the first ever Live Chat with UCAS Applicants will take place at 12noon. This is the opportunity for all those who could not come to the Open Days (or who have even more questions after they returned home from one of the Open Days!). On the board, there will be two current students, Poppy Shuttleworth and Seonaid O'Gorman, also experienced 'Routes into Languages' ambassadors, as well as lecturer Dr Damien Hall and Head of School Dr Elizabeth Andersen. Here is the link to the "Webinar
", the opportunity to quiz the experts in the School of Modern Languages.
A special ball to celebrate Modern Languages
Location: Assembly Rooms
Time/Date: 21st March 2014, 19:00 - 23:00
We're continuing tradition with the annual, stunning MLS spring ball this year.
Divergences and Transformations in the Americas: Exploring the Reconfiguration of a Region
Location: Newcastle University, Culture Lab
Time/Date: 21st March 2014, 09:00 - 18:00
This year's Americas Research Group Postgraduate Conference had as its topic "Divergences and Transformations in the Americas: Exploring the Reconfiguration of a Region". It took place on 21st March 2014. View the full programme, have a look at an album of photographs from the event and the various reports from the day on the SML Facebook page.
Organised by the Camões Institute
Location: Las Iguanas (na Grey Street)
Time/Date: 3rd March 2014, 18:30 - 20:00
If you enjoy the flavours of Portuguese language you should not miss the next Portuguese Cafe.
It’s Carneval time and we will be celebrating! The Portuguese Language Centre invites you all to the Carneval themed Portuguese Cafe. Bring your masks to Las Iguanas on the 3rd of March!
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