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Lucas Fels performs Helmut Lachenmann’s revolutionary work ‘Pression’ for solo cello of 1969. The documentary features a rehearsal session with Lachenmann and Fels exploring the novel instrumental techniques, and several conversations discussing ...저자 School of Advanced Study, University of London
 
The Secret Lives of Objects / Las vidas secretas de los objetos.Moderator: Leoncio López-OcónInvisible Presences and Appreciable Absences: Notes on Some Spectres of American Natural History / Presencias invisibles y apreciables ausencias. Not...
 
The Secret Lives of Objects / Las vidas secretas de los objetos.Moderator: Leoncio López-OcónThe ‘Lost’ Cabinet on Exhibit: A Metaphor for LAGLOBAL?/El gabinete ‘perdido’ puesto en escena: ¿una metáfora para LAGLOBAL?Mark Thurne...
 
Institute of Latin American StudiesHomophobias, Human Rights and Social Change in the French and British CaribbeanProfessor David Murray(York University, Toronto)The Caribbean region is often characterized as uniformly homophobic and LGBT...
 
Institute of Latin American StudiesHuman Rights in Argentina and Chile, Then and NowTo mark Argentina’s annual Memory, Truth and Justice Day (on the 24 March 1976 the military dictatorship began) ILAS, the Argentina Solidarity Campaign and th...
 
Institute of Latin American StudiesAztec and Conquistadors: Is Everything You Thought You Knew About Them Wrong?Matthew Restall(Edwin Erle Sparks Professor of Latin American History and Anthropology Director of Latin American Studies, Pennsyl...
 
Institute of Latin American Studies2016 Thyra Alleyne Memorial LectureIndigenous Struggles, Legal Pluralities and Fragmented Sovereignties: Reflections on Law, Illegality and the Multicultural StateDr Rachel Sieder(CIESAS, Mexico)In t...
 
Institute of Latin American StudiesDeep Decolonisation: Latin America and the Connected Histories of the Post Colonial WorldPanel 1: Decolonising Luso-Hispanic EmpireChair: Catherine Davies | IMLR-SASFederica Morelli | University of Tur...
 
Institute of Latin American StudiesBritain and Brazil II: Political, Economic, Social, Cultural and Intellectual Relations, 1808 to the presentEducation and Cultural relationsChair: Alan Charlton (ILAS)Diana Gonçalves Vidal (USP)Tr...
 
Institute of Latin American StudiesBritain and Brazil II: Political, Economic, Social, Cultural and Intellectual Relations, 1808 to the presentEducation and Cultural relationsChair: Alan Charlton (ILAS)Pedro Feitoza (Cambridge)Briti...
 
Institute of Latin American StudiesBritain and Brazil II: Political, Economic, Social, Cultural and Intellectual Relations, 1808 to the presentEducation and Cultural relationsChair: Alan Charlton (ILAS)Viviane Carvalho da Annunciaçao (...
 
Institute of Latin American StudiesBritain and Brazil II: Political, Economic, Social, Cultural and Intellectual Relations, 1808 to the presentPolitical relationsChair: Anthony Pereira (Brazil Institute KCL)Geraldo Cantarino (Brazil Ins...
 
Institute of Latin American StudiesBritain and Brazil II: Political, Economic, Social, Cultural and Intellectual Relations, 1808 to the presentEconomic relations II: investmentChair: Colin Lewis (LSE)Thomas Mills (Lancaster)The Elec...
 
Institute of Latin American StudiesBritain and Brazil II: Political, Economic, Social, Cultural and Intellectual Relations, 1808 to the presentWelcome Professor Linda Newson (Director, Institute of Latin American Studies)Mr Alan Charlton ...
 
Institute of Latin American StudiesBritain and Brazil II: Political, Economic, Social, Cultural and Intellectual Relations, 1808 to the presentThe British in Brazil IIChair: Leslie Bethell (Brazil Institute KCL)Teresa Cribelli (Alabama)...
 
Institute of Latin American StudiesBritain and Brazil II: Political, Economic, Social, Cultural and Intellectual Relations, 1808 to the presentThe British in Brazil IIChair: Leslie Bethell (Brazil Institute KCL)Joseph Mulhern (Liverpool...
 
Institute of Latin American StudiesBritain and Brazil II: Political, Economic, Social, Cultural and Intellectual Relations, 1808 to the presentEconomic relations I: tradeChair: Colin Lewis (LSE)Thales Pereira Zamberlan (USP)The Braz...
 
Institute of Latin American StudiesBritain and Brazil II: Political, Economic, Social, Cultural and Intellectual Relations, 1808 to the presentEconomic relations I: tradeChair: Colin Lewis (LSE)Robert Greenhill (London)Britain and t...
 
Institute of Latin American StudiesBritain and Brazil II: Political, Economic, Social, Cultural and Intellectual Relations, 1808 to the presentEconomic relations II: investmentChair: Colin Lewis (LSE)Georg Fischer (Aarhus)The Big Mo...
 
Institute of Latin American StudiesTerra incognita?: An Integrated Approach to Studying the Dutch CaribbeanDr. Rosemarijn HOFTE(Royal Netherlands Institute of South East Asian and Caribbean Studies [KITLV])In most textbooks on the Caribbe...
 
Institute of Latin American StudiesInaugural LAGLOBAL/Leverhulme Trust Lecture Crushing the Lettered City: Theological Worlds of the IlliterateProfessor Jorge Cañizares-Esguerra(University of Texas at Austin and Leverhulme Visiting Profess...
 
Institute of Latin American StudiesThe Divine, Faith, and Performance in Contemporary Religious Practices in the CaribbeanPetra Kuivala(University of Helsinki)Friend of Foe? Universal Catholicism in the CaribbeanCarlton Turner(Unive...
 
Institute of Modern Language ResearchSpeakersDidier Eribon, Returning to Reims (transl. Michael Lucey [Los Angeles, CA: Semiotext(e), 2013]) Jeffrey Weeks, Research Professor in the Weeks Centre for Social and Policy Studies, London South Bank Uni...저자 School of Advanced Study, University of London
 
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