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VCDMA Nov 8
To all of our brilliant students, faculty, staff, alumni, parents, children and community you are brilliant. Shine! Biggup for these inspiring words! 🔥🙌🏿
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ISA Visual Sociology - RC57 5 Dec 18
Have you seen the the second issue of MAI: Feminism & Visual Culture? It is now available at: Read & browse through and .
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Dr Bryony Coombs Feb 5
By the nature of the surviving evidence, my research area (15th C Franco-Scots), is very male dominated. So I am extremely excited to be FINALLY working on a group of influential women. Yay!
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The Centre for Visual Culture Oct 14
Upcoming conference on 'Drawing and the Early Modern Graphic Imagination'. Please circulate widely & mark it in your diary, as it promises to be a fantastic two days!
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Lucy Mounfield Aug 23
LAST CALL! Today is the last day to get your New Voices Art and Text abstracts in to come join us at University of Nottingham 6th November!
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VCDMA Oct 12
Up next: 10/24/19 HBCUcon “Black Nerds”’panel in the Recital Hall FPAC 7-8:30 PM - FREE
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CAHN GM Oct 23
Black History Month Lecture Date: 23/10/19 Where: Samuel Alexander Building A112, Oxford Rd, Manchester M13 9PL Time: 5pm. All welcome.
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Tony Pickering 4 Dec 18
Lots to discuss at the end of a fascinating conference in ⁦⁩ with ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ISA Dussauge and Lisa Kail. medicine
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Picturing Sound GU Mar 22
NEW CONFERENCE KLAXON: our brand new CFP is now up and running. Whether a speaker or performer, please do not hesitate to get in touch.
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Marta Escotet Jun 26
Mary Meeker’s most important trends on the internet
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Dr Vanessa Longden Jul 8
Can’t quite believe I’ve submitted my PhD! Thank you to everyone who helped me along the way
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James Downs Oct 14
There are some wonderful examples of this and other optical toys on show in the
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CRPLA Warwick Nov 22
Exciting coming up on , and entitled “Embodied Spectatorship and Performance in Theatre and Visual Culture, 1780-1914”, see more here below 👇🏼👇🏾👇🏿
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Sophie Doherty Aug 26
Yaaas! Delighted! Can't wait to have a 'walk' round 🎨
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Lincoln Schatz Apr 19
Highly recommend TJ Demos’s book to anyone interested in the visual framework and language of climate change.
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Alex Bamji Apr 11
I'm fascinated by Cesare Ripa's Iconologia at the moment. I love the eyes and ears on the cloak of the spy. Apparently the little wings represent how a spy is fleet-footed
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Dr. Ellie “Eggnog is the best nog” Louson Mar 13
I am so, so lucky to have built a solid relationship with my PhD supervisor who did all those things. She’s not on Twitter (probably thinks it’s silly) but Katey Anderson is phenomenal. she’s your best 🇨🇦 choice
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Jacob Leveton Feb 17
London bound! Full diss in. Now back to UK to work on the book where he’ll be part of the project—but alongside & often outpaced by romantic women writers, labor class poets, & non-canonical artists
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Tathagata Neogi Jul 8
We are at the majestic Hall for the inauguration of exhibition by & . Proud to have our featured here among with many other related projects on .
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Pedro Nilsson-Fernàndez Jun 4
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