The fourth event in LAHRI’s 2022 series of Interdisciplinary Arts & Humanities Futures discussions
Why translation and interpreting (studies) matter: Revealing the role of T&I in major events in history and now
Join the School of Languages, Cultures and Societies for the Inaugural lecture of Professor Binhua Wang
The third event in LAHRI’s 2022 series of Interdisciplinary Arts & Humanities Futures discussions
LAHRI are delighted to host the 2022 British Academy Lecture. This year Preti Taneja (Newcastle University) will consider questions of education, the role of writing, and of dignity, justice, grief and culpability in the context of systemic political harms; and the ethics, aesthetics and politics of making narrative in a time of complex and highly racialised trauma in the UK.
Mikhail Karikis and Joseph Kohlmaier present their current work and practice through seminar lecture and performance. Extending our Sadler Seminar Series ‘Tunings of the World’.
The second event in LAHRI’s 2022 series of Interdisciplinary Arts & Humanities Futures discussions
We are excited to stage a symposium on the work of the extraordinary African American composer and performer Julius Eastman (1940-90).
Elaine Mitchener and Anton Lukoszevieze lead an ensemble from the University of Leeds in a programme of musical performance celebrating the radical Black composers Julius Eastman and Ben Patterson.