International Conference for the ¡Vamos! Festival 2014 on Fiction, non-fiction and new journalism
Location: Newcastle University (Great North Museum / Culture Lab)
Time/Date: 20th June 2014 - 21st June 2014, 09:00 - 17:00
Dr. Patricia.Oliart reports back from the highly successful international conference "Fiction, non-fiction and new journalism: The arts of storytelling in the Spanish and Portuguese speaking worlds" which took place on Friday 20 June and Saturday 21st June. Many thanks, Patricia, for all your hard work to make this happen! Read on for the full report...
Routes into Languages celebrates the successful start of the second phase
Now available: Photo album of the event
Time/Date: 12th June 2014, 16:30 - 18:00
! Having celebrated its initial launch in 2007, Routes into Languages North East
celebrated the second phase of the programme now set to continue until the summer of 2016 in a flagship event at Newcastle University on Thursday 12th June. Read more and watch some of the celebratory speeches...
Events during the ¡VAMOS! festival pertaining to Portugal, Brazil and the Portuguese language
Location: Research Beehive 2.21, Old Library Building
Time/Date: 6th June 2014 - 15th June 2014, 16:00 - 18:30
The School of Modern Languages at Newcastle University in association with the ¡VAMOS! Festival have put together a fantastic programme to celebrate 50 years of teaching Portuguese. Over the first two weekends of the festival don’t miss a chance to learn and share fascinating aspects of the Portuguese speaking cultures.
SML Lecturers play major part in the popular ¡VAMOS! festival
Location: Newcastle University and City, various venues
Time/Date: 6th June 2014 - 22nd June 2014,
Latin spirit returns to the North-East with the ninth run of the ¡VAMOS!
festival 6-22 June 2014. Newcastle University is a strategic partner of the festival and School of Modern Languages lecturer Patricia Oliart
is Co-Director. Read on...
Culture Lab Spaces 4/5, Monday 19 May
Location: Culture Lab Spaces 4/5
Time/Date: 19th May 2014, 13:00 - 17:00
Newcastle University's Research Centre in Film and Digital Media (RCFDM
) is hosting a research sharing event for postgraduate students from the fields of Film, Media, Digital Media and Visual Cultures.
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