Events

The Door Opened: 1980s China - Photographs by Adrian Bradshaw

26 January - 06 July 2022

One can argue that nostalgia is the strongest emotion, a pure mixture of wistfulness and melancholy. Adrian Bradshaw, an English photographer, brings that sense of yearning into full focus in his exhibition ‘The Door Opened: 1980’s China’, and subsequent book. Bradshaw’s exhibit features a blend of candid and posed photographs which ex..

Chinese Teaching Skills Exchange and Training Programme

02 - 23 July 2022

Join us during July as we invite British Chinese language teachers to our 2022 Teaching Skills Exchange and Training Programme, delivered in Mandarin Chinese! Overseas Chinese teaching has developed steadily and prosperously in recent years. To meet the rising demand for teachers’ lifelong learning and to support their development, we have j..

Telegram: A Bengali play by Ayna Arts co-produced with Professor Anindita Ghosh, School of Arts Languages and Cultures

14:00 - 15:30 03 July 2022

In this play Professor Anindita Ghosh, who researches the role of music in the lives of migrants, has teamed up with a leading community based theatre group, Ayna Arts, to produce an original play on Bengali folk music and migration. Telegram is based on both research and real life experiences of Bangladeshi migrants who came to work in the mi..

British Association for Japanese Studies (BAJS) Conference 2022

07 - 09 September 2022

We welcome participants in BAJS 2022 to Manchester for a long-awaited opportunity to meet and discuss in person over three days. We are very happy to have been able to accept 120 excellent papers across many areas of Japanese studies. The Call for Papers is now closed. TIMELINE AND REGISTRATION On-site conference check-in will start from 11..

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