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Exploring Medieval Ireland - EVENT CANCELLED-
Lecture: “Americanists in Unexpected Places”
What was American Studies?—and where?
Lecture by Honorary Doctor John Heritage
Public lecture by Professor John Heritage, appointed honorary doctor of the Faculty of Languages 2019, with the title Agency in Response: Polar Questions and Other Contexts.
"Brexitland’s Dark Ecologies: The New British Nature Writing"
Roger Luckhurst is an authority on zombies, mummies and aliens (in that order). Recent works include articles in the journals New Formations and Modern Fiction Studies, as well as the Cambridge Companion to Dracula. Professor Luckhurst has appeared on BBC Radio 3 and blogs for the British library.
Food and food ways
Food is not only essential to life, it is also a means of expressing and transmitting culture. As long as people have traded, foodstuffs and culinary customs have been important items of exchange. Along food trade routes we have exchanged ingredients, recipes and food rituals. Come to Gustavianum to listen to researchers, ask questions, and discover this world of food. Free entrance.
‘The lava of the imagination: Etna in Classical myth and Romantic poetry’
Lecture: In search of dialects of Old Irish
Old Irish manuscripts on first glance present a rather homogeneous view of Old Irish as a language. However, as with any language, accents and dialects would have varied from speaker to speaker, and it is the task of scholars such as Ariana Malthaner of Trinity College Dublin to study the evidence for such variation in the manuscripts.
2019 Fulbright Lecture
Professor Mark S. Weiner gives this year's Fulbright Lecture titled Understanding Trumpism: American Politics and Culture in an Age of Globalization.
“Litotes in English: Past and present perspectives”.
Lecture by Katherine Hayles