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Les Miserables: From page to screen
Thursday, January 24, 2013 from 6:00 PM to 7:30 PM
Bristol, United Kingdom
With the stage musical of Les Miserables now a major Hollywood film, Bradley Stephens will discuss how Victor Hugo's much loved novel has recently been adapted across a range of screens, from big-budget cinema to fan-made material online, and will ask what might be learned from these different adaptations.
Speaker: Dr Bradley Stephens - Department of French, University of Bristol
For further information please contact the Centre for Public Engagement
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Centre for Public Engagement
The CPE supports and promotes public engagement with research and teaching across the University. This involves running programmes of public talks and festivals, and helping academics to engage with the public by working with them to attract funding, providing appropriate training and facilitating collaboration with partners outside the University. We share ideas about public engagement with other universities through the National Coordinating Centre for Public Engagement.