CIDRAL 2013-14 Schedule Listings

empty-audienceSemester 1: Border Crossings

Friday 11 October at Cornerhouse, Oxford Road, 4.30-6

Professor Rey Chow (Anne Firor Scott Professor of Literature at Duke)

Public Lecture: ‘Woman, Repression, and the Classic Spring in a Small Town

(NB: event free but booking required via Cornerhouse website, link available shortly)

With Chinese Film Forum UK (CFFUK) and the Centre for Chinese Studies

http://literature.duke.edu/people?subpage=profile&Gurl=%2Faas%2FLiterature&Uil=rey.chow

Masterclass with Felicia Chan (Drama and Screen Studies): ‘Postcolonial Visibilities: Thinking between Cultures and Media’? Friday 11 October 9.30-11 (at UoM, room tbc)

Tuesday 22 October (currently postponed owing to illness): Professor Ella Shohat (NYU)

Tuesday 12 November at 5pm, John Casken LT, Martin Harris (tbc)

Professor Li Wei (Linguistics, Birkbeck)

Public Lecture: ‘Cultural Encounters in Transnational Multilingual Families’

http://www.bbk.ac.uk/linguistics/our-staff/li-wei

Masterclass with Professor Yaron Matras: Wednesday 13 November 10-11.30

Tuesday 3 December at 5pmJohn Casken LT, Martin Harris (tbc)

Professor Max Silverman (French, Leeds University)

Public lecture: ‘Palimpsestic Memory and the Ethics of Storytelling’

http://www.leeds.ac.uk/arts/people/20053/french/person/738/max_silverman

Masterclass with Professor Janet Wolff: Wednesday 4 December, 11-12.30

Thursday 5 December at Cornerhouse (time tbc)

Screening: The Stuart Hall Project (2013, John Akomfrah and Smoking Dogs Films)

Introduced by Jackie Stacey and David Alderson, followed by Q and A with filmmakers (tbc) http://filmguide.sundance.org/film/13189/the_stuart_hall_project

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