Category Archives: Events

Feb 27 2013

Today: Day Jobs and the Twilight World

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LSE Space for Thought – LSE Language Centre Literary Festival presents: Day Jobs and the Twilight World 17:15 – 18:45 Wolfson Theatre  Although the cliché of the novelist as a typically bohemian, solitary, garret-inhabiting individual persists, in reality today, as … Continue reading

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Feb 25 2013

Tonight: Heart of Dog

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LSE ‘Space for Thought’ Literary Festival Presents: Heart of a Dog Free Event – 25 February, 19:00, Old Theatre Tonight LSE students present an adaptation of the satirical novella Heart of a Dog which lampoons the emerging totalitarian system with its … Continue reading

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Feb 1 2013

Exhibition: Facts, Fiction and Philosophy (Atrium Gallery, Old building)

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The exhibition Facts, Fiction and Philosophy is devoted to the link between literature and philosophy from the ancient world through to the great writers of the twentieth century Sartre and Camus, and the contemporary writers Kundera and Stoppard. There will be an … Continue reading

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Oct 2 2012

Foreign Film Week

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As part of the Orientation week we are showing one foreign film every evening with English subtitles. Open house at 4pm with drinks and snacks followed by a film at 5pm Tuesday: Red Race  (in Mandarin); Wednesday: Nueve reinas (in Spanish); Thursday: Le … Continue reading

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Jun 15 2012

MAXIMISE YOUR POTENTIAL- A WEEK OF FREE LANGUAGE COURSES!

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Just a quick reminder for all students with an interest in language studies, we will be running a series of events and courses for undergraduates. We will be offering courses in 10 different languages. Each course is designed to give … Continue reading

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Jun 8 2012

Wittgenstein’s Philosophy – A Presentation

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Wittgenstein’s Philosophy or a Reorientation of Science A presentation by Michael Nedo To coincide with the Wittgenstein exhibition at the London School of Economics, Dr Michael Nedo (Wittgenstein Archive Cambridge) will give a presentation on Wittgenstein’s philosophy in the context … Continue reading

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May 28 2012

Wittgenstein – Philosophy and Photography

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An Exhibition, opening today, organised by LSE Arts with the collaboration of Felicitas Starr- Egger. The exhibition will be of interest not only to students and researchers from a wide range of disciplines, at universities as well as schools and … Continue reading

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May 28 2012

Joint Event: LSE Language Centre and the Department of Anthropology

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‘Killing the Father in Germany’ Date: Friday 15th June Time: 3-5pm Location: London School of Economics and Political Science, Old Building, Room 3.28 Stephan Feuchtwang, Felix Römer  and Hans Steinmüller in conversation with John Borneman. Chair: Peter Skrandies In 1967, psychoanalysts Alexander … Continue reading

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