This 50-hour on site and online course aims to help teachers, researchers, and post-graduate students to develop their writing competencies in academic English. The pedagogical approach is based on a workshop model, with a series of writing exercises that will be assessed by the teacher and discussed amongst peers in the weekly classes. Dates: October […]
Travelling Memories. Travel 1 Travelling Memories. Travel 1 is simultaneously a celebration of the 1983 exhibition and the remembering of this exhibition and its content, through the eyes, the technique, and technology of the year 2023. It will take place at the Museu de Marinha, Lisbon, from the 21st October 2023 to 29th February, 2024.
Lecture "Sobre clínica e criação na cidade através do dispositivo de acompanhamento terapêutico" The lecture "Sobre clínica e criação na cidade através do dispositivo de acompanhamento terapêutico", with Professora Ana Lúcia Mandelli de Marsillac de Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina, Brasil will take place on 11th December 2023 at 5.30 p,m, (GMT) in room B112.D of the […]
RHOSE 27 | “Ethic of Care: transgenerational praxis.” The Australian writer Charlotte Wood is the author of several novels and books of non-fiction such as The Submerged Cathedral (2004), Animal People (2011), The Natural Way of Things (2016), The Weekend (2020), The Luminous Solution (2021) and Stone Yard Devotional (2023) among other works, for which she has won many distinguished prizes. The Weekend belongs to the genre […]
Within and Without: Representations of Ageing: International Symposium III: Special Issue Within & Without III is the third edition of the Within and Without Old Age: International Symposium on Representations of Ageing series and will be held on-line at the University of Lisbon Centre for English Studies (ULICES/CEAUL) on January, 9th, 2024. It will provide an opportunity to exchange ideas on […]
Open Course in Narrative Medicine The Open Course in Narrative Medicine will be offered in a hybrid format so that participants can either attend it online or inhouse at FLUL. The Open Course aims to provide training on the role, importance and limits of narratives and communication in the clinical encounter. Bringing together knowledge from […]