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Bogstafet overdraget til Jørn Boisen
15. maj 2013 kl. 11.00-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Et samarbejde mellem Fakultetsbiblioteket (Kirsten Thomsen og Thomas Hoffmann) og Engerom (Filip Regnér)
Grundidé: Fortæl os hvilke værker, der har tændt dig og hvorfor? Ansatte undervisere/forskere/phd'ere M/K bedes præsentere (kort, vitaminrigt) 15-20 værker, som er/har vær...
22. maj 2013
Post-traumatic cultures since the Great WarLocation: University of Copenhagen
Theme of Conference:
The conference focuses on historical and contemporary issues related to post-combat (personal) and post-war (collective) trauma as well as its expressions in culture. Our intention is to create a forum within which to discuss the nature of post-trauma in military and civilian psychology, social and cultural history, film studies, literary and art criticism.
Further details: http://engerom.ku.dk/aftershock/...
CTAS seminar: Poet Ann Fisher-Wirth on ecopoetry
23. maj 2013 kl. 13:00
The Center for Transnational American Studies hosts its final event this semester. Prof. Ann Fisher-Wirth (University of Mississippi) will be speaking about and reading from her new coedited volume _The Ecopoetry Anthology_ (Trinity University Press)--see http://tupress.org/books/ecopoetry-anthology-- as well reading from her own poetry.
Ann Fisher-Wirth is the author of the poetry collections _Blue Window_ (Archer Books, 2003) and _Five Terraces_ (Wind Publications, 2005). She has also published the chapbooks _The Trinket Poems_ (Wind, 2003) and _Walking Wu Wei's Scroll_ (Drunken Boat, 2005). In 2004 she received the Rita Dove Poetry Award from the Salem College Center for Women Writers, the Poetry Award from the Mississippi Institute of Arts and Letters, and a poetry fellowship from the Mississippi Arts Commission. She won the...
Migration and (il)legatity
29. maj 2013 kl. 13.15
A seminar on problems of migration, legality and illegality
US-Latin American perspectives
The seminar will explore different aspects of migration with special focus on the Americas and on Latin American immigrants to the US. Questions of legality and illegality, in broad sense of the terms, will be central to the three presentations that all are based on specific research projects and field work.
The seminar is open to anyone interested and requires no previous registration.
- 13.15 – 13.20: Welcome ...
"Thinking about Feeling in Eighteenth-Century British Missionary Writings"
04. juni 2013 kl. 15:15
Dr Laura Stevens, author of 'The Poor Indians', from the University of Tulsa, will be presenting a seminar paper with the title above mentionned.
The seminar is sponsored by my postdoctoral project, and is also held under the auspices of ENGEROM's 'Sense and Sensibility' research stream. It is also the last event I will be organising before heading off to Australia for the rest of my maternity leave, and then a period of research and writing.
Here a flyer. Please feel free to circulate it to any interested parties....