Belarus stands out as a unique case in Europe. Jonas Gahr Støre is keynote speaker in this short seminar that highlights and discusses policies towards Belarus, internal politics in Belarus and European policies toward Belarus.
In the wake of the new interest in Stampa’s poetry among European and American scholars, we invite you to this mini-conference: Rethinking Gaspara Stampa in the Canon of Renaissance Literature.
Archival resources for the investigation of twentieth-century literary translation in English, by Jeremy Munday, Professor of Translation Studies, University of Leeds.
“Why Did Modern Literary Theory Originate in Central and Eastern Europe (and Why Is It Now Dead?)?”
Dr. Daniel Sánchez Salas, from the Department of Communication Sciences of Rey Juan Carlos University, Madrid (Spain), will be reviewing and commenting a draft of Rosario Garnemark’s PhD dissertation from his point of view as an expert in Spanish film history.
British Politics Society is proud to invite its members and friends to an exclusive seminar with the Rt Hon Dr Liam Fox, Conservative MP for North Somerset and former Defence Secretary.
Is there still a future for fields premised on the national in a post-national world?
Call for Papers for the two-day Phd Seminar "What are Digital Humanities?