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The Wiener Library is delighted to offer another opportunity for learners of all ages and backgrounds to enrol in a second course of study led by Emeritus Professor in Holocaust and Genocide Studies at Kingston University, Philip Spencer. The course will last ten weeks and will run every Tuesday from 8 November 2016 to 17 January 2017, with a break for holidays on 27 December. It will be hosted at the Library from 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm. The full price of the course is £175, just £17.50 per session.
ACLA 2017, July 6-9, Universiteit Utrecht
The Politics of Eating: Hunger, Consumption, Disorder
International Congress “Politics and Culture in Colonial Periodical Press” Lisbon, Portugal, 22 and the 25th of May 2017
The conference will explore new and effective ways in which the theoretical discourses of the humanities converge with the clinical and social praxis of psychoanalysis at a time of global economic stress and political unrest. Format will consist of an ongoing productive conversation between academics and clinicians.