This year’s LCE Annual Lecture will be held by Stefan Collini.
MA students writing their thesis in the intersection of literature and psychology will have the chance to discuss their project with the holder of the 2020 LCE Annual Lecture, Stefan Collini.
In connection with the LCE Annual Lecture, Litteratur på Blå and LCE organise an outreach event at the popular venue Blå.
On 5 May, the reading group will be visited by the speaker of the LCE Annual Lecture; Stefan Collini.
On 12 May, Professor of Anthropology at the UCLA, Alan Fiske visits the LCE reading group.
Lisa Zunshine, Professor in English at the University of Kentucky, speaks on how mind-reading in literature, theatre and visual art is affected by culture.
Lisa Zunshine, author of Why We Read Fiction, will visit the LCE reading group 25 May.
Bruno Laeng, Professor in cognitive neuropsychology at the University of Oslo, and Romke Rouw, Assistant Professor in psychology at the University of Amsterdam, will speak on synesthesia in this joint lecture.
11 June, Romke Rouw, from the University of Amsterdam visits the LCE reading group.
Together with invited guest lecturers Liedeke Plate, Professor of Culture and Inclusivity at Radboud University, and Miranda Anderson, Anniversary Fellow in Philosophy at University of Stirling, the workshop explores the interplay of literature, material culture, and cognition.
On 19 March, the LCE reading group will be visited by Sarah Bro Trasmundi.
This event has been cancelled to prevent spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19). In her lecture, Sarah Bro Trasmundi, Associate Professor at the University of Southern Denmark, speaks on the embodied, distributed and dialogical aspects of reading.
The LCE reading group will discuss an article by Angelos Chaniotis entitled “Rituals between Norms and Emotions: Rituals as Shared Experience and Memory”.
In the LCE Writing Workshop we introduce different writing techniques, tools and styles together with journalist and poet Kristina Leganger Iversen
What happens when literature moves from paper to the screen? Join us for a one-day book hack to explore the relationship between literature and new digital formats.
In collaboration with LCE, the Humanities and Social Sciences Library and Litteratur på Blå are hosting a talk on literary fiction and new digital formats.