Category: Lectures

CIDRAL event – Tuesday 17 November, 5-7pm

Sarah M. Price (University of Sheffield), ‘Crisis or Evolution? The Continuing Challenge of Finding Audiences for Classical Music’ Classical music organisations in the UK often come under fire for attracting a fairly homogenous audience, since the majority of...

CIDRAL online events winter 2020

Lecture Series: Crises and RecoveriesTuesday, 20 October, 5-7pm: Eithne Quinn (University of Manchester)‘Manchester Murder Rap: Prosecution Gang Narratives and the Use of Black Youth Expressive Culture in Creating a Joint Enterprise Case’If you are on the CIDRAL...

CIDRAL online events winter 2020

CIDRAL online events winter 2020

Lecture Series: Crises and Recoveries Tuesday, 20 October, 5-7pm: Eithne Quinn (University of Manchester), ‘Manchester Murder Rap: Prosecution Gang Narratives and the Use of Black Youth Expressive Culture in Creating a Joint Enterprise Case’ Tuesday 17 November,...

Reminder: Stachniewski memorial lecture

Reminder: Stachniewski Memorial Lecture, 18 March 2020The Stachniewski Memorial Lecture will take place this year on 18 March 2020Farah Karim-Cooper will talk about ‘Gesture and Empathy in the Shakespearean Theatre’Farah is Head of Higher Education and Research at...

CIDRAL Events

Tuesday 4th February, 5.30-7pm Lecture: 'Capitalism and Communication: Critical Theory in the Age of the Internet and Communicative/Digital Capitalism' International Anthony Burgess Foundation, Cambridge Street, Manchester Drinks reception Wednesday 5th February,...