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Crowdsourcing the Slade: call to help complete class photo archive

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Slade class photo 1905

The Slade School of Fine Art has a fascinating, but currently incomplete, collection of annual class photographs dating from 1931. A new project, led by the UCL Centre for Digital Humanities, is appealing for help to identify the sitters in the photos and complete the collection.

Striking research images sought for UCL competition

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Does your research produce images that have aesthetic and artistic appeal? If so, consider entering the annual ‘Research Images as Art / Art Images as Research’ competition and exhibition.

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The department of Spanish & Latin American Studies are delighted to announce the publication of Dr Guillermo Laín's monograph Proyecciones de Gabriel Miró en la narrativa del 27.

New AHRC Doctoral Training Partnership announced for arts & humanities postgraduates

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Quad in Autumn

UCL (University College London), King’s College London, and the School of Advanced Study, University of London (SAS) have today announced that they have been awarded over £18 million by the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) to form the London Arts and Humanities Partnership (LAHP); a joint venture between the three institutions. 

Academic Writing in English (AWE) app launches

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The UCL Survey of English has launched a brand new app for smartphones and tablets: Academic Writing in English (AWE).AWE is now available for FREE from the Apple App Store and from Google Play.

New Monograph by Jane Fenoulhet on Cees Nooteboom and his Writing

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Jane Fenoulhet, Nomadic Literature: Cees Nooteboom and his writing

Cees Nooteboom (born 1933) is a writer of fiction, poetry and travel literature. Translated into at least thirty-four languages, his work raises important questions about the mobility of literary texts and invites a new theoretical approach, for to read Nooteboom straightforwardly as a Dutch author would be to do him an injustice.

Lecture Change 17 October 2013

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This is to let you know that Piet van Boxel is unable to give his lecture:

Hebrew Books cut to Christian size: censorship of Jewish Bible commentaries in 16th century Italy.

UCL Design Competition: "What do You Think?"

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Win £500 and get the chance to put your evaluative design to the test. An additional £200 will be available for help constructing/implementing the winning design.

Call for Papers - Moving: Pathways, Transport and Place

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Laps


Event date: 13th November 2013
Time:
2 - 7pm
Deadline for abstract submissions:
18th October 2013
Submission word count:
No more than 200 words
Contacts: For more information and to apply contact the organizers: Alexander Samson
(a.samson@ucl.ac.uk) or Isabelle Moreau (i.moreau@ucl.ac.uk). 

Theatre Translation Forum

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UCL staff are invited to attend the Theatre Translation Forum, an interdisciplinary initiative bringing together academics and theatre practitioners to talk about issues surrounding writing and staging translated texts for performance.

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