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Seminars 2009/10

Seminar: Brighton and Hove as a hospital town for Indian Wounded of the Great War.

17th Feb 2010 5:00pm-7:00pm Grand Parade Bert Williams MBE (Brighton and Hove Black History Project) Brighton and Hove Black History Project seeks to reveal Brighton and Hove’s hidden past and helps local people get involved in mapping their own history… Continue Reading →

Seminar. Talking about Revolution: Everyday and Political Narratives about Cuba

20th Jan 2010 5:00pm-7:00pm Grand Parade Dr Thomas Carter (University of Brighton) The Cuban Revolution is now fifty years young. It permeates and shapes everyday life throughout the country. Revolutions are, by their very nature, different than what has gone… Continue Reading →

Seminar: Listen to Venezuela

9th Dec 2009 5:00pm-7:00pm Grand Parade Mike Wayne and Deirdre O’Neill Directors of Listen to Venezuela (2009) Western media representations of the Venezuela revolution have been obsessively focused on the personality of the Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez. The western media… Continue Reading →

Seminar: Mediating Climate Change – Questioning Nature, Vision and Time

11th Nov 2009 5:00pm-7:00pm Grand Parade Dr Julie Doyle (University of Brighton) The temporal complexity of climate change poses problems for visual communication. The effect of greenhouse gases emitted in the present will only be visible in the future, while… Continue Reading →

Regards Croisées: James Henry Dorugu’s Nineteenth-century Travel Account

28th Oct 2009 5:00pm-7:00pm Julia Winckler (University of Brighton) This seminar will focus on the little known travel account ‘The Life and Travels of Dorugu’ recorded by James Henry Dorugu in the 1850s. Dorugu was a freed slave who travelled… Continue Reading →

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