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This lecture looks at how contemporary scholarship attempts to deconstruct the East-West dichotomy in (scholarship on) the ancient Greek novel as ideologically biased – and how this attempt at deconstruction can be perceived as ideological itself.
We are very pleased to announce a guest lecture by Anna Wainwright, Assistant Professor of Italian Studies at University of New Hampshire. The lecture is open for everyone.
We are very pleased to announce a guest lecture by Tamar Herzig, Associate Professor of Early Moderne European History at Tel Aviv University. The lecture is open for everyone
On the occasion of the Vigeland Anniversary 2019, the Vigeland Museum, in partnership with the Department of Philosophy, Classics, History of Art and Ideas at the University of Oslo, is organizing a two-day seminar on the development of sculpture in the period 1890–1920, with a special focus on Gustav Vigeland and his French contemporaries.
In 2008, the Austrian poet and dadaist Raoul Schrott published a German translation of Homer’s Iliad and effectively announced it as the first to fully convey what Homer supposedly said and meant, whereas all previous translations were dismissed as travesties of the original.
The lecture will address the notions of the public, the social and the private in the works of the seventeenth-century natural philosopher and writer Margaret Cavendish.
On Friday March 29 Dr. Cesare Cuttica from Université Paris 8 will hold a guest lecture on "The Horror of the Public Sphere in Early Modern England. Historical Analysis and Contemporary Lessons".