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ESC #54 – Screenwriting workshop

Plataforma Zoom

The Screenwriting workshop takes place on the 19th and 26th of March. Its main purpose is to build theoretical and practical tools that allow students to create their own writing project for audiovisual fiction, from the conception of the idea to the moment of pitching. The Course has 20 places and the prices are €35 for ULisboa Students, €40 for the general public. […]

Kerouac aos 100. Dá-lhe gás, meu bem!

Livraria Tigre de Papel Rua de Arroios nº25, Lisboa

In a partnership with ULICES, we mark the 100th anniversary of the birth of Jack Kerouac. The event will take place on March 23, at 6:30 pm, at Livraria Tigre de Papel and will feature the following initiatives: Kerouac readings and other beats by: – Alexandra Vidal and Bruno Silva – Antonio Poppe – Margarida […]

Second Online Teacher-Training Course on Holocaust Education


The second online teacher-training course on Holocaust education within the framework of the project “Remembering the Past, Learning for the Future: Research-Based Digital Learning from Testimonies of Survivors and Rescuers of the Holocaust” (ID 740639658), funded by the Fundação para a Ciência e a Tecnologia (FCT) via the “Nunca Esquecer – Programa Nacional em torno […]

ESC #55 – Film Editing Workshop

Plataforma Zoom

The Film Editing Workshop takes place on April 2nd and is divided into two major moments: a first part dedicated to Film Editing theory, followed by a second part of practice using Premiere Pro software. The Course has 15 places and the values are €25 for ULisboa Students, €30 for the general public. Those interested in registering must do so until March […]

Art, the Audience and Activism: How Can the Arts Bring About Real Change in the World?


Guest speaker: Marisa de Andrade, University of Edinburgh Date: 5th April 2022, 9h30-11h Venue: Room C247 Admission: Free Abstract: How can hip-hop reduce inequalities? Dance tackle immigration? Comedy improve mental health in the Deaf community? Environmental art in green spaces change the way we think about what it means to be well? In this interactive […]

#EFOOD 2022 | 3rd International Food Design and Food Studies Conference, Experiencing and Envisioning Food: Designing for Change

Re-transforming, rethinking and redesigning the world’s food systems, making them more inclusive, equitable and sustainable may seem like an insurmountable challenge. But there are actually concrete actions that designers can take. The FORK Organization proved it with the 1st World Food Design DAY 2021. A 20-hour virtual journey through the world, to discover how design is activating a change in […]

ESC #56 – The Ozu and the Classic American Cinema

Plataforma Zoom

The Ozu and the Classic American Cinema workshop takes place on the 30th of April and its main objective is to provide insight into the influence, as well as the dissonant elements, between the classic American cinema and the oriental cinema of the Japanese director Yasujiro Ozu (1903 -1963). Aimed at students who want to develop knowledge on […]

O conto americano escrito por mulheres

Biblioteca Palácio Galveias, Campo Grande

Roundtable with Antónia Lima, Filipa Melo, and Isabel Lucas on the work of three writers: Lydia Davis, Lucia Berlin, and Alice Munro. The discussion will be dedicated specifically to the short-story genre.

ESC #57 – Ageing Studies Course


The course will offer an overview of ageing studies with an insight into the theory as well as literature and culture in English it sustains. It will advance the understanding of the ageing process across life-span and its expression in different genres such as life-writing, poetry and fiction. The ESC in AS will interrogate the […]

Santiago Barreiro – Dragões e Tesouros no Norte Medieval

Room B112.D (Library), Faculdade de Letras da Universidade de Lisboa Alameda da Universidade, Lisboa

Abstract: "How were dragons represented in the medieval North? In this seminar, we will consider how these mythical beasts are understood in the Scandinavian and Anglo-Saxon imagination, focusing on four modes of representation: first, the dragon as a source of fear; second, its role as a figuration of the devil; third, the dragon in its […]