Jasmir Creed Unheard Voices 2016  oil on canvas  120 x 90 cm

School of the Arts Public Lecture Series 2018-19

Movement, Place and Meaning: Public Lectures in the Arts

Movement, Place and Meaning is the first of an annual series of public lectures presented by the School of the Arts at the University of Liverpool. The lectures showcase the research of the five Departments within the School – Architecture, Communication and Media, English, Music and Philosophy – and its relevance to the wider world. This year’s theme responds to urgent issues of our time that the Arts can help us better understand.

All events are free to attend.

Image credit: Jasmir Creed Unheard Voices 2016  oil on canvas  120 x 90 cm (Jasmir Creed's exhibition Dystopolis runs at the Victoria Gallery & Musuem 17 November 2018- 21 April 2019)

Brexit and Other Crises

Crisis in/and Populist Imagination: Brexit and Beyond

Professor Michał Krzyżanowski (Communication and Media)

Lecture Theatre 3, 502 Teaching Hub

Wednesday 13 February 2019 17:00

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Immigration, Identity Politics, and the Meaning of Life

Immigration, Identity Politics, and the Meaning of Life

Professor Michael Hauskeller (Philosophy)

Leggate Theatre, Victoria Gallery and Museum

Wednesday 13 March 2019 17:00

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This Must Be The Place

This Must Be The Place: Liverpool’s Popular Music Venues

Professor Robert Kronenburg (Architecture)

Leggate Theatre, Victoria Gallery and Museum

Wednesday 20 March 2019 17:00

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Jazz in Britain: A New Jazz Age?

Jazz in Britain: A New Jazz Age?

Professor Catherine Tackley (Music)

Leggate Theatre, Victoria Gallery & Museum

Wednesday 3 April 2019  17:00

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Stranger at the Door

The Stranger at the Door

Professor Nandini Das (English)

Leggate Theatre, Victoria Gallery and Museum

Wednesday 1 May 2019 17:00

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