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Feb 24 2017:Translation as Afterlife
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Feb 10 2017:“Forgotten Europe”: Translating Marginalised Languages
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Nov 30 2016:Between Languages: Working in and out on Translation
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Nov 1 2016:Literature Beyond Literary Studies: Intermediality and Interdisciplinarity
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Oct 19 2016:Comparative Criticism: What Is It and Why Do We Do It?
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Nov 9 2015:Intercultural Literary Practices
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Nov 9 2015:Fiction and Other Minds
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Jul 24 2015:Extremist Translation and the Deformation Zone
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Jun 23 2015:Lunchtime talk with Italian journalist Antonio Armano
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Feb 24 2015:Translation and Ekphrasis: Dante and the visual arts
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Feb 17 2015:Intercultural Tales
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Feb 9 2015:To the Lighthouse
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Dec 19 2014:OCCT event - The Creativity of Criticism part four
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Dec 19 2014:OCCT event - The Creativity of Criticism part three
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Dec 19 2014:OCCT event - The Creativity of Criticism part two
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Dec 17 2014:Languages of Criticism - Translation and Comparison part two
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Dec 1 2014:Unbuttoning Catullus
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Nov 14 2014:Other Worlding
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Nov 14 2014:Kirmen Uribe - Reading and in discussion with Daniela Omlor and Xon de Ros
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Sep 20 2014:Cultures of Mind-Reading: The Novel and Other Minds - ‘Narrative and/as Heterophenomenology: Modelling Nonhuman Experiences in Storyworlds’
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Sep 20 2014:Cultures of Mind-Reading: The Novel and Other Minds - “Tell Me Who I Am”
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Sep 20 2014:OCCT event - The Point of Comparison
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Sep 20 2014:Languages of Criticism - Translation and Comparison part one
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Sep 20 2014:Languages of Criticism - The Practice of Commentary
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Sep 20 2014:Languages of Criticism - Creatively Critical
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Sep 20 2014:OCCT event - The Creativity of Criticism part one
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Sep 20 2014:Philosophy of Criticism - Creativity as a Virtue of Character
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Sep 20 2014:Philosophy of Criticism - Malcolm Budd’s “The Intersubjective Validity of Aesthetic Judgements”
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Sep 20 2014:Philosophy of Criticism - Justifying Canonic Value
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Sep 20 2014:Philosophy of Criticism - Creativity, Culture and Tradition
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Sep 20 2014:Intercultural Literary Practices - Rethinking the Political through Intercultural Aesthetics
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Sep 20 2014:Intercultural Literary Practices - Theorising Interculturality
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Sep 20 2014:Translators and Writers - Translation and Fictionality
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Sep 20 2014:Translators and Writers - Poetry and the Act of Translation
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Oct 22 2013:Literature in the World
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Oct 22 2013:Shaped by the Classics?
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Oct 22 2013:Comparative Literature, Britain and Empire
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Oct 22 2013:Tropes of Comparison
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Oct 22 2013:Round Table: The Future of Comparative Criticism
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